About Bruce Schreiner
Bruce Schreiner
Bruce Schreiner is from Lancaster, PA, and a professor in the electronics field specializing in embedded digital systems. His technical degrees in electronics, computer science, and adult education in conjunction with a lifelong fascination with everything computers have led to jobs in manufacturing, automation, programming, and education. Ice hockey, rail trail biking, greyhounds, star gazing, wood working, geocaching, and smoking foods occupy his time while editing assistance from his partner produce free time.

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