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Adam Gunther Phones & Addresses

  • 9316 Cutright Dr, Raleigh, NC 27617
  • 10300 Ashland Gate Dr, Raleigh, NC 27617
  • 339 Fraternity Row, State College, PA 16801
  • 503 Shunk Hall, University Park, PA 16802
  • Holland, PA
  • Morrisville, NC

Work

Company: Ibm Nov 2010 to 2012 Position: Senior development manager, websphere application server

Education

Degree: B.S. School / High School: Penn State University 1999 to 2003 Specialities: Computer Science, Minor in Mathematics

Skills

WebSphere Application Server • Websphere • Web Services • Unix

Awards

Achieved IBM Second Plateau Invention Achievement Award for filing 8 patent disclosures.

Industries

Computer Software

Resumes

Resumes

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Senior Development Manager, Ibm Websphere Application Server

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Position:
Senior Development Manager, WebSphere Application Server at IBM
Location:
Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina Area
Industry:
Computer Software
Work:
IBM since Nov 2010
Senior Development Manager, WebSphere Application Server

IBM Jan 2009 - Nov 2010
Lead Test Strategist, WebSphere Application Server

IBM Jun 2007 - Dec 2008
Team Lead, WebSphere Application Server Virtual and Cross Platform FVT

IBM Sep 2006 - May 2007
Team Lead, Project Zero Test

IBM Jan 2004 - Aug 2006
Software Engineer, WebSphere Application Server SVT / WebSphere Integration Center
Education:
Penn State University 1999 - 2003
B.S., Computer Science, Minor in Mathematics
Skills:
WebSphere Application Server
Websphere
Web Services
Unix
Honor & Awards:
Achieved IBM Second Plateau Invention Achievement Award for filing 8 patent disclosures.

Publications

Us Patents

Computer-Implemented Method, System, And Interface For Managing Commands For A Terminal Session

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US Patent:
2007000, Jan 4, 2007
Filed:
Jun 30, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/171972
Inventors:
Hugh Hockett - Raleigh NC,
Adam Gunther - Raleigh NC,
Eric Kirchstein - Raleigh NC,
Assignee:
International Business Machines Corporation - Armonk NY
International Classification:
G06F 15/16
US Classification:
709250000
Abstract:
The present invention provides a computer-implemented method, system, and interface for managing commands for a terminal session. Specifically, using the graphical user interface of the present invention, a user can select a terminal session, and input one or more commands. Upon being input, a command is automatically send to the selected terminal session and added to a history or list of commands. Thus, the commands are “recorded” for potential future use upon being input. The commands are typically arranged in the list in a particular sequence, such as the order in which the commands were input. The user can individually send a command in the list to a terminal session, or the user can send a sequence of commands to the terminal session. In any event, results of executing the commands in the terminal session can be verified.

Apparatus And Methods For A Do Not Disturb Feature On A Computer System

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US Patent:
2007007, Apr 5, 2007
Filed:
Oct 5, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/163097
Inventors:
Adam Gunther - Raleigh NC,
Hugh Hockett - Raleigh NC,
Eric Kirchstein - Raleigh NC,
Assignee:
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORPORATION - Armonk NY
International Classification:
G06F 17/30
US Classification:
707201000
Abstract:
Techniques for implementing a do not disturb feature on a computer system are disclosed. To this end, a method includes establishing a public flag in memory whose status indicates whether a user of the computer system wants to be notified by a plurality of notifying applications. The method also includes communicating the status of the public flag to the notifying applications. Each notifying application has its own notifying feature which notifies the user of the computer system on an occurrence of an event. The method also includes suppressing the notifying feature in response to the status of the public flag.

Method And System For Automatically Switching Keyboard/Mouse Between Computers By User Line Of Sight

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US Patent:
2008002, Jan 31, 2008
Filed:
Jul 26, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/460243
Inventors:
Adam Marshal Gunther - Raleigh NC,
Hugh Edward Hockett - Raleigh NC,
Eric Kirchstein - Raleigh NC,
Assignee:
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORPORATION - Armonk NY
International Classification:
G09G 5/00
US Classification:
345156
Abstract:
An invention is disclosed for coupling a computer/display monitor combination with a dedicated sight recognition sensor that is capable of detecting head and/or eye movement from a user. When a sight recognition sensor for a given computer/display monitor combination detects that user sight is being fixed on the monitor, it relays this information to a switch connecting the sensor with its paired monitor and computer. The switch also automatically links a shared keyboard/mouse combination with the computer that is paired to the selected display monitor in view of the user, in order to allow input(s) to be sent from the keyboard and/or mouse to that computer. This link remains active until another sight recognition sensor detects vision being fixed upon a different monitor.

Method Of Assigning Applications To Specific Network Interfaces

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US Patent:
2008004, Feb 14, 2008
Filed:
Jul 10, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/456220
Inventors:
Hugh E. Hockett - Raleigh NC,
Adam M. Gunther - Raleigh NC,
Eric Kirchstein - Raleigh NC,
Assignee:
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORPORATION - Armonk NY
International Classification:
G06F 15/16
US Classification:
709228
Abstract:
A method for assigning applications to specific network interfaces including initiating a computer application from a plurality of computer applications, requesting a socket for establishing a connection between the computer application and a network interface. Then connecting the computer application and the socket. Then prompting a user to visually select the network interface for the computer application from one of the following options, (i) user selects the specific network interface for the computer application, and (ii) user directs the operating system to select the best available network interface for the computer application. Then binding the socket to the network interface.

System And Method For Implementing A Stackable Tabbed Interface In A Data Processing System

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US Patent:
2009011, Apr 30, 2009
Filed:
Oct 29, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/926256
Inventors:
Adam M. Gunther - Raleigh NC,
Hugh E. Hockett - Raleigh NC,
Eric Kirchstein - Raleigh NC,
International Classification:
G06F 7/00
US Classification:
707100
Abstract:
A system and method for implementing a stackable tabbed interface in a data processing system. According to an embodiment of the present invention, a file system receives a collection of organizational schemes for arranging a collection of graphical indicia associated with a collection of files in a file system. In response to receiving a collection of organizational schemes, the file system displays the collection of graphical indicia on a collection of axes, wherein each axis among the collection of axes corresponds to each organizational scheme among the collection of organizational schemes.

Method And System For Improving Software Quality, Usability And Support Through Automated Usage Pattern Detection

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US Patent:
2009014, Jun 4, 2009
Filed:
Dec 3, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/949552
Inventors:
ADAM M. GUNTHER - Raleigh NC,
Hugh E. Hockett - Raleigh NC,
Eric F. Kirchstein - Raleigh NC,
International Classification:
G06F 17/30
US Classification:
707 6, 707E17014
Abstract:
A method, system and computer-readable medium for automatically determining common usage patterns of a data processing system and dynamically displaying the information back to a user are disclosed. The method includes automatically recording one or more usage patterns of a data processing system; storing the usage patterns in a repository; identifying one or more common usage patterns among the stored usage patterns; detecting a current usage pattern of a user; comparing the current usage pattern to the common usage patterns; selecting one or more of the common usage patterns that are similar to the current usage pattern; and displaying to the user an indication of one or more common usage patterns similar to the current usage pattern.

Data Output Device Having A Plurality Of Key Stick Devices Configured For Reading Out Data To A User And Method Thereof

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US Patent:
2009015, Jun 18, 2009
Filed:
Dec 12, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/954922
Inventors:
ADAM M. GUNTHER - Raleigh NC,
HUGH E. HOCKETT - Raleigh NC,
ERIC KIRCHSTEIN - Raleigh NC,
International Classification:
G09G 5/08
H03K 17/94
G06F 3/033
G09B 21/00
US Classification:
345161, 341 23, 345168, 3404072
Abstract:
A data output device and associated method for reading out data to a computer user. The data output device includes a keyboard having a plurality of key stick devices configured for reading out data. Each key stick device is coupled to a key stick positioning actuator that is responsive to electronic signals corresponding to a unique conventional key. Moreover, the key stick device is actively positioned in one of a plurality of output modes by the key stick positioning actuator. Each one of the plurality of output modes indicates the unique conventional key. The unique conventional key corresponds to a change in a height, or an azimuth, or a tilt angle of the key stick device.

Data Input Device Having A Plurality Of Key Stick Devices For Fast Typing And Method Thereof

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US Patent:
2009015, Jun 18, 2009
Filed:
Dec 12, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/955042
Inventors:
ADAM M. GUNTHER - Raleigh NC,
Hugh E. Hockett - Raleigh NC,
Eric Kirchstein - Raleigh NC,
International Classification:
G06F 3/02
US Classification:
345168
Abstract:
A data input device and associated method for fast typing. The data input device includes a keyboard having a plurality of key stick devices for entering data. A sensor element is coupled to each key stick device in a first position. The sensor element is responsive to a change in at least one azimuth and tilt angle of one of the plurality of key stick devices. The at least one azimuth and tilt angle, which defines the resulting position of the key stick device, represents an input mode for one of the plurality of key stick devices. The input mode is formed by tilting one of the plurality of key stick devices relative to the keyboard. The (i) change in the azimuth and/or tilt angle, and (ii) a return to the first position, when combined, correspond to a selection of a conventional key.
Adam M Gunther from Raleigh, NC, age ~39 Get Report