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The Fundamental Foundation for Successful Systems

This presentation will explore how to drive software bugs and faults to zero and the dramatic positive ramifications on cybersecurity and systems maintenance. The fusion of three technologies will enable fault-free software at half the cost and schedule now being experienced.

About the Speaker

Jack Ring's first two decades in business were with General Electric developing advanced information and planning systems, mostly for the intelligence community. Also he was the inaugural chair, 1970, of the GE-wide software engineering workshop eventually involving 2500 participants.

He served as Product Manager of Honeywell's Distributed Systems Products, Multics and CP6 as well as Acting GM of the Computer Integrated Manufacturing Division. He revitalized product development in the Edelbrock Corp., led a turn-around of Ascent Logic Corp. and helped establish the Object Technology Practice in the IBM Consulting Group.

Since retirement he has mentored several high tech startups and turn-arounds, co-founded Kennen Technologies LLC to commercialize the General Purpose Set Theoretic Processor, co-founded OntoPilot LLC to commercialize fault-free software technologies and co-founded Educe LLC to foster knowledge exchange and choice making among ages 4 through 80 worldwide.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in Physics, Emporia State University, declined an AEC Fellowship in Radiation Biophysics and is a Fellow, International Council on Systems Engineering and Industrial Fellow, Stevens Institute of Technology.