CAMARILLO, Calif. -- Surfware, Inc., developer of SURFCAM(R) Velocity CAD/CAM systems Powered by TrueMill(R), today announced that Nolan Snell has joined Surfware as a Senior Software Developer and Maurice McKay has joined the firm as a R&D Engineer. Both will focus on ongoing enhancements to Surfware's patented TrueMill technology and will report directly to Stephen Diehl, President and CEO of Surfware.
Snell has a long career in the software industry. He has a Master's Degree in Geophysics/Computer Science from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, a Master's Degree in Physics from Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, Kentucky and a Bachelor's Degree in Physics from Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, Kentucky.
McKay is a recent graduate of Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Physics and Applied Mathematics. While attending Loyola Marymount, Maurice was a Research Assistant in the Physics and Math Departments.
"We are very pleased that Nolan and Maurice have joined our expanding programming and research staff," says Diehl. "With their strong physics and math backgrounds, they will contribute to the body of research behind TrueMill and help in making TrueMill easier to use as well as more versatile for all types of parts, metals and machines."
Besides adding McKay and Snell to the technical staff, in the past several months, Surfware has hired two additional senior programmers, Ismael Guerra and Igor Luzanov. "The technical excellence of our programming staff is taking Surfware to the forefront of CAM software," says Diehl. "In October, we are releasing a world-class version of our CAM software, SURFCAM Velocity 4, and we have an exciting product roadmap for the year ahead."
About Surfware, Inc.
Surfware, Inc., the developer of SURFCAM Velocity CAD/CAM systems and the award-winning TrueMill technology, provides optimal solutions for today's manufacturing challenges. Surfware, Inc. traces its roots back to three generations of Diehl family members involved in machining. Surfware's current president, Stephen Diehl, is the oldest of the third generation Diehl brothers and is personally involved in the development and creation of new approaches to improve SURFCAM Velocity. For additional information, visit http://www.surfware.com.
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