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A Handy Idle-Processing Class for Long Procedures

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31 Dec 2018CPOL12 min read
This article introduces a convenient class for hooking into idle processing.


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Architect Advanced Composite Structures
Canada Canada
Craig Muller has a post graduate degree in electrical engineering and specializes in software development for the power systems industry.

His first programming experience was in 1978 writing APL on an IBM-360 linked by a teletype machine. Early programming work was done in 1982-1983 when he developed Fortran programs to solve transfer functions for dynamic systems.

Software development was taken up as a career in 1987 while completing a master degree in engineering. Since then he has had 25 years diverse experience in C, C++, Java, MFC, and GUI development applied to power system simulator technology and data visualization tools.

Founder of a company called ZSystems in 1998 that specializes in visualization and GUI object development. ZSystems continues to develop software for both Java and C++ applications. In 2001, he returned to the Manitoba HVDC Research Centre to manage development of the electromagnetic transients simulator 'PSCAD'.

Moved to Advanced Composite Structures in 2017 to develop electronic process controllers and engineering capabilities in an aviation application area. Still develops tools on the side for the application of power systems technology.

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