Software Engineer, George C. Huntington III

George C. Huntington III



MicroTools Inc., Simsbury, CT

Software Engineer and Network Manager, April 1995 – Present

Working on a power monitor wireless communication device for client. Involves: 8051 processor, C and ASM coding, Testing, electrical hardware modifications. Worked on numerous Glass Manufacturing products. Involved: Software Development and Testing, reverse engineering of Z80 Assembly code for migration to C/C++, user interface design, motion control, a proprietary database protocol, QNX, OS/2, Windows.

Worked on MicroTools PalmOS MIDI software. Involved: Visual C++, Install Shield, Hardware prototyping and reworking, outsourcing manufacturing, and PalmOS programming.

Tested embedded Petroleum Tank monitoring system for client.

Worked on numerous Postal Meters and Scales for client. Involved: Software Development, Hardware and Testing, barcode printers and scanners, C/C++, ASM, Borland 3.1, SMX, Greenleaf (serial), Meter communication protocols, BootLoader coding, BoardTest fixture coding, end user software loading tool under Windows, graphics manipulation tool, Windows serial programming, UPSLink, Touch Screen user interface, graphics driver, hardware assembly, integration of products from merger.

Worked on MicroTools line of testing products. Involved: Testing, prototyping, electronic hardware assembly, reworks, training others to assemble, outsourcing of manufacturing, programming dos and windows utilities, code review of PIC Programming.

Wind turbine control system electronic hardware repair for a client.

MicroTools Network Management – Involves purchasing and maintenance of all computer and network systems, OS/2, DOS, various forms of Windows, Linux, Lantastic, Windows SMB, TCP/IP, Routers, Firewalls, Mail Servers, Web Servers, FTP Servers, DHCP Servers, DNS registration and configuration, telephone block, coax and cat5 wiring, PC construction and repair.


Java, Lisp, Prolog, VB, Fortran, regular expressions, CGI, Java Servlets, PIC Programming, Pspice (Circuit Design and simulation), Orcad, Microchip’s PIC toolset, GNU, DOS batch and Unix shell programming.

Designed and built a power line proximity detector.


Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA,

1 year remaining to obtain BSEE, Minor in Computer Science.