Saettler's Ton-O-Info

 

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Game Credits

Books Read and Reviewed

Childhood Home

I am currently looking for a new position.

History

From October 2011 through the present, I am Counter Intelligence at GeekSquad at Best Buy Issaquah.

From October 2009 through September 2011, I was Counter Operations at GeekSquad at Best Buy Owings Mills.

From August through October 2009 I worked sales at the Maryland Renn Festival for Holy Cow Leathersmithe.

From August 2007 through September 2008 I was the lead Producer for BreakAway, Ltd on the Mosbe product.

From December 2005 through January 2007, I was a Producer for GameHouse in the mobile group. GameHouse is a subsidiary of Realnetworks. I expanded the post-production team through hiring and through process development and implementation.

Through May, 2002, I was the Development Manager at Device Guys, a subsidiary of Conexant. I managed the development team of about fifteen engineers, the QA Team of four including one QA manager, and the project management team of one.

From July 1996 to May 1999 I worked at Monolith Productions in Kirkland, WA. I was Director of External Development.  I was responsible for all external products (six in the 1999 year alone).  In the past at Monolith I was Product Manager for Blood and a couple of other projects.

Before that, I worked at Microsoft. I worked there for almost nine years. (Man, time flies.).  I worked in the Multimedia Division and helped write the first multimedia drivers and interfaces for Windows.  I moved out of programming and into management.  There I worked on the file formats and data specifications and worked Developer Relations (before there was a Developer Relations Group at MSFT) including running the Video for Windows Betas.

When I first started at MSFT, I worked in the CD-ROM Division on Microsoft's first CD-ROM product, Bookshelf™. I then worked on the next couple of CD-ROM products, Programmer's Library, StatPack and Small Business Consultant.

I worked on many projects at Microsoft including creating the multimedia extensions to Windows™. My final projects included working on Interactive TV and Consumer Appliances.