James Bucanek has spent the past 30 years programming and developing microcomputer systems.
He has experience with a broad range of technologies, from embedded consumer products to industrial robotics. His projects include the first local area network for the Apple ][, distributed air conditioning control system, a piano teaching device, miniaturized radio transmitters with temperature probes to monitor the health of livestock (you can't make this stuff up), digital oscilloscopes, silicon wafer deposition furnaces, and collaborative writing tools for K-12 education.
James holds a Java Developers Certification from Sun Microsystems and was awarded a patent for optimizing local-area networks. James is currently focused on Macintosh and iPhone software development.
When not programming, James indulges in his love of art. He has served on the board of directors for local arts organizations and has performed with Ballet Arizona. He earned an Associates degree from the Royal Academy of Dance in classical ballet, and occasionally teaches at Adams Ballet Academy.