Hal Snyder

is an educator, software engineer, physician, and community organizer.

Hal has more than 8 years experience teaching mathematics and computer science at university level and more than 20 years experience creating fault-tolerant, concurrent computer systems - including operating systems internals, enterprise data networks, telecommunications platforms, and distributed configuration management systems.

Although no longer involved in clinical care, Hal is an active advocate for health care reform, speaking at and organizing forums on the subject.

Professional Engagements and Publications

Hal served in two workshops in 2008 at CompTIA.org as Linux subject matter expert during job task analysis and item writing for revision of Linux+ certification exam. See this link for details.
http://certification.comptia.org/linux/about.aspx

In December 2008, he was an invited speaker on distributed configuration management at a NYSE-listed company.

Throughout 2008, he worked as a professional field organizer for Working Families Win, a non-partisan 501(c)(4) organization during latter part of 2008.

Hal served on the program committee for an Erlang workshop, part of the 2004 International Conference on Functional Programming.
http://www.erlang.se/workshop/2004/

Hal presented at the 2003 International Erlang/OTP User Conference, Älvsjö, Sweden.
http://www.erlang.se/euc/03/

Hal is the co-author of Internet RFC 3178, IPv6 Multihoming Support at Site Exit Routers with J. Hagino (2001).
http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3178.txt


 

 

 

 

 

 

Hal Snyder

Hal Snyder