New Projects
December 1998 - February 1999 a chip manufacturer

Profiling and understanding the instruction set usage patterns of Java JIT compilers. Determining possible hardware and software enhancements. (Note: This was for a different client than the other Java project below.)


August 1998 - January 2000

Design, implementation, and ongoing evolution of a text entry subsystem for client's mobile Internet browser.
See the Text Entry write-up.


June 1998 - February 1999 a chip manufacturer

The investigation and design of a fast and memory efficient Java virtual machine for a chip manufacturer. The project involves analysis of Java execution and garbage collection and using that analysis build an efficient Java implementation on the client's hardware.
See the Java VM write-up.


January 1998 - June 1999

The design, prototyping and implementation of a compact version of Unwired Planet's Internet browser for cellular phones. The project involves creation of new over-the-air protocols and a new display subsystem to ensure small memory (RAM and ROM) footprint.
See the Wireless Markup write-up.


Ongoing Projects
November 1997 - January 1998

The design of Over-the-Air programming facilities for phone systems that incorporate Unwired Planet's Internet browser. The design encompassed the entire system, end-to-end, covering facilities in the handset, communication with the cellular infrastructure, data base management, interaction with existing back-end servers, and user interface for both client and provider.


October 1997 - January 1998

Participated in the WAP standards definition effort with a particular emphasis on scripting language design.


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