Thuan L. Thai started computer programming 15 years ago but has never been tired with this hobby--one that he truly considers
an art. He is currently a senior systems engineer at SAIC where
he has led the architecture and development of several successful
distributed and COM-based imaging systems. He also teaches Win32,
MFC, and COM programming courses for Learning Tree International.
Prior to all this, Thuan worked for AMS where he developed
multi-tiered, object frameworks using C++ and RPC. He received
his bachelor of science in computer science from the University
When not developing software, Thuan enjoys strumming his six strings
and writing songs every now and then. He often plays 9-ball with the
same buddies with whom he has played the game for over eight
years. Thuan hopes to play more tennis, the only sport that he has
ever played for more than eight hours in a single day.