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After receiving an education at a public research university, Andrew has been employed for over 20 years in the information technology sector. His work has been recommended by the FBI and he has worked with research scientists on topics such as environmental recycling and nuclear waste disposal. He also holds various technical certifications and a diploma in environmental science.
Karl's university education in computer science led him to original research on neural networks. He has been employed at public research universities on grants in the field of environmental science. After undergoing two major heart operations he took a year off and came back to focus his career on computer programming and software engineering.