Austin applies his abundant energy to ensuring the performance, extensibility, and delightfulness of Seeq’s software.
Austin is a graduate of Oregon State University, where he earned Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Computer Science. Austin’s areas of study included computer science theory, software engineering, artificial intelligence and machine learning. He also participated in several internship programs while at OSU. At Garmin AT he worked on the GDL88 UAT (Universal Access Transceiver) for general aviation aircraft, and at Intel he helped to build Visual BIOS, a graphical UEFI BIOS solution for Intel motherboards.
A late-blooming extrovert, Austin’s interests and hobbies include basketball, chess, board games, music (drums, piano and most recently guitar), pool, ping pong, video games, National parks, microbrews, and sleeping in. He’s a lifelong Oregonian and doesn’t understand why anyone would willingly live outside the Pacific Northwest. His wonderful wife works as a structural engineer, and his son is the first Seeq baby and an all-around charmer.