Thomas P. Sturm, Ph.D. - Professor of Computer and Information Sciences - University of St. Thomas - St. Paul, MN 55105

I have taught at the university level for over 35 years. I have taught a wide variety of subjects including: - programming in many different computer languages - many different computer applications packages - database design, Oracle, and SQL (the language) - statistics - operations management and operations research - data structures, file structures, and algorithms - digital design and digital electronics - microcomputer, microprocessor, and microcontroller programming in assembler and C - microcomputer/processor/controller interfacing.

My two most active hobbies are woodworking and amateur radio.

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I stopped counting how many different assemblers years ago when I hit 12

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Tom 23:28, 20 October 2006 (UTC)