Welcome to the new and improved version 2.0 of my homepage. Many
things are improved in this version including, but not limited to:
Colors - we're no longer black and grey!
More information - about me and my jobs.
Links - to some of my favorite web sites.
In the past year, I've had several people contact me asking "are you the
guy I knew a long time ago?" This information is provided to answer
that question. If this doesn't sound like the J. Daniel Kulp you
once knew, I'm probably not that person.
I grew up in eastern Pennsylvania. My first 10 years or so were
in Plumsteadville. The next five in Holland. I then moved to
Deltona, Florida, where I ended up graduating from high school.
After high school, I attended Northeastern University in Boston where
I graduated in September '96 with BA's in Chemical Engineering and Computer
Science. Since then, I've remained in Boston. (I like
If you want to look at my resume, the best I can do is show you and
old one from
several years ago. Updating it is on my "todo" list, but other things
keep bumping it down the priority list.
What I do for a living:
As already mentioned, I have degrees in Chemical Engineering as well as
Computer Science. Right now, however, I only really "use" the Computer
Science degree. I really like programming computers so I might as
well do that as a job. I'm currently working for two companies: Athena
Design and Sundial Systems.
Athena Design produces a JAVA spreadsheet object for use on application
servers. Very exciting stuff. Sundial Systems produces a bunch
of end user applications for OS/2. I primarily work on Mesa 2, their
spreadsheet offering. I work on a few other things as well, but I'm
not allowed to comment about unannounced products. ;)
Other projects of interest:
Along with my job related responsibilities, I do enjoy other fun projects.
Currently, these include:
Other hobbies and interests:
Programming is by far my most time consuming hobby. I really enjoy
doing it. However, "one cannot live by programming alone" so I need
to do other things. One of my favorite past times is Magic, The Gathering.
It's a fun, challenging, and very thought provoking game.
My favorite links on the web:
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