Sage Electronic Engineering was founded by Scott Hoot in 2007 and is located in Longmont, Colorado.
Steve has over 20 years of experience as a Software Engineer, Program Manager and Software Engineering Manager. That experience includes firmware and BIOS development, x86 memory management, Windows device drivers (including Windows CE), applications development, and development and support of complex software for retail sales. He has also managed teams of software engineers working both on-site and off-site, and he has managed software projects which delivered on-time and on-budget.
Bruce has developed and deployed systems spanning the range from dedicated-purpose embedded platforms through supercomputers. He has experience delivering enterprise architecture and system design, enterprise modeling and simulation, enterprise performance analysis, and custom communication protocols for satellite telemetry and communication. He has developed logic simulators, logic analyzer protocol decoders for numerous buses (PCI, SDRAM, DDR, etc.), FPGA custom logic and software, compilers, and a variety of custom debug tools for microprocessor and embedded development. Bruce has experience with lab instrumentation ranging from logic and protocol analyzers through user simulation (keystroke capture and playback) and regarded, in the instrumentation vendor community, as one of the top support developers for Tektronix TLAs. Bruce has worked with C/C++ (including custom language modifications), VHDL, and assembler languages on both Windows and Linux/Unix platforms.
Scott is a seasoned professional with over 10 years of experience as a Software Developer, System Designer and Project Manager. His career includes extended time working for notable industry players such as Compaq, National Semiconductor and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD). In 2007, Scott founded Sage Electronic Engineering with the objective of helping companies effectively deploy embedded and high performance computing solutions.
Marc is an accomplished firmware developer with over 12 years experience in x86 embedded systems development. His focus for the last several years has been the coreboot open source firmware project. Marc has developed coreboot source code for the AMD Barcelona Family10 processor, AMD Geode processor, and AMD CS5536 chipset. He also contributed to the development of support for the AMD RS690 and SB600 chipsets and numerous mainboards. Prior to coreboot, Marc was a primary architect of the AMD GeodeROM BIOS, which is the basis of most Geode systems.