Larry Schiefer

Larry Schiefer is a Senior Software Architect at Bsquare Corporation. He is the lead engineer in its Android engineering practice and has worked on Android projects for several Bsquare customers. Most recently, he led the effort to port Adobe Mobile Client (AMC) software to an Android-based handset. Larry also has managed embedded system software development with Linux, Symbian, Windows Mobile and Windows Embedded CE operating systems. His project experience covers 802.11 driver ports/enhancements, WiMax, Gigabit Ethernet, custom application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) firmware, BSP development and custom GUI applications. Larry has a BS degree in Computer Engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, Indiana. He can be reached at LarrySC@bsquare.com.

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