Gary Stringham & Associates, LLC, is an engineering consulting and training firm in the software, firmware, and hardware domains. Gary helps clients with their design, debugging, integration, and intellectual property projects. Gary also serves as an expert witness for litigation cases.
Thanks to your inquisitive and creative nature, I think we have together arrived at a couple of significant hardware contributions that improve the firmware interface and control. Thanks for doing such a great job of establishing for me a firmware driver mindset that can play an important role in our ASIC design decisions.
I just wanted to tell you that your one-day class was incredibly valuable!
Gary was phenomenally responsive to changes in our business model over the ten years we worked together. He is insightful and ingenious in his work.
Gary is one of the best troubleshooters I’ve met in my 26 years at Hewlett-Packard.
In addition to being highly skilled, which is obvious, you are a sincerely caring person and have done us a great service.
Gary is a great inventor. Very analytical. Very sensitive to directions given on what strategic IP was needed. And very successful in getting ideas turned into patent applications.
Gary demonstrated a high level of professionalism and skill in developing and delivering a detailed training for the HP engineering team. Gary was very responsive to adjustments and changes as we discovered issues that need to be addressed.
Thanks for the ideas and insights in your newsletter. I find them quite useful.
I've worked with Gary since early 2007 in conjunction with his partnership with Semifore, Inc. He has a very deep knowledge of embedded product design and debug techniques and has been helpful in the evolution of Semifore's CSRCompiler. As a business partner he has acted with integrity.
I think, again, you have solved one of the toughest problems for us with your expertise and dedication.
I like how short your Embedded Bridge newsletters are. Easy read, even for a busy person. I get 4 e-mags that I rarely read. However, I never miss reading your Embedded Bridge or Jack Ganssle's Embedded Muse.