Welcome New Partners: Ray Glover & Bill Lear

AppliedLogix is proud to be a growing team of embedded electronics experts, and we’re happy to announce the recent addition of two new partners to the company! Ray Glover and Bill Lear have joined AppliedLogix, bringing our all-partner team to 11 members.

You can find professional biographies for Ray and Bill on the AppliedLogix Engineering Team page; we’ll focus on more personal introductions here, and explain where our new partners fit within the company.

Ray Glover

headshot_glover_smallNearly every custom electronics project at AppliedLogix involves designing or modifying a printed circuit board – and Ray adds advanced PCB layout expertise and a wealth of board design experience to our in-house design team. Ray has been designing PCBs for over 30 years, and is experienced in a wide variety of tools and techniques.

When Ray isn’t exploring technological limits at work, he’s pushing his own limits: an accomplished runner, Ray has completed running events up to 50 miles, and a triathlon, and has hiked about half of the 46 Adirondack high peaks. He enjoys traveling – especially to the many National Parks – and photography (you can check out his online portfolio).

Bill Lear

headshot_lear_smallWith his long track record of consulting and solving challenging software problems, we’re happy to have Bill join the AppliedLogix embedded software development team. Our software projects range from low-level embedded firmware, to high-performance PC device drivers, to desktop, mobile and web applications – and Bill is at-home working in any of these environments. More than just competent, his decades of experience and strong sense of design combine to produce truly great code.

Despite never having wanted to be anything but an engineer, Bill manages to find some personal pursuits outside of his working hours: he enjoys woodworking, reading paper books, and spending time with his wife Patty and two daughters, Amy and Katie.

About the Author:

David Rea is an AppliedLogix senior engineer and partner. He serves as the firm's engineering practice leader for Fuel Cell and Energy applications. He holds degrees in Electrical Engineering (BS) and Software Engineering (MS) from the Rochester Institute of Technology.

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