Bill Day is a Staff Engineer and Technology Evangelist at Sun Microsystems.
Day created the J2ME Archive to help developers build applications and services using Java technology. He manages jGuru's J2ME and Java Media FAQs. Day writes frequently about software development and has contributed feature articles to many sites and publications including CNN.com, ServerWorld, JavaWorld,
Dr. Dobb's Journal Software Careers, Gamasutra, and Sun's site.
Day serves as an Association for Computing Machinery Distinguished Lecturer and speaks frequently on wireless technology, system security, and multimedia. He has presented keynotes, technical sessions, and courses at major industry conferences including SIGGRAPH and JavaOne and teaches Java and Wireless development as an extension instructor for the University of California Berkeley. Bill is also a Sun Certified Programmer for Java 2 Platform and Sun Certified System Administrator for Solaris 8 Operating Environment.
Prior to joining Sun, Day was a software engineer at Silicon Graphics. He held fellowships with the Honeywell Technology Center, Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre, and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Day earned a BS in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Oklahoma and completed one year of graduate studies in Scientific Computation while a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow at the University of Minnesota.
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