Gordon Brandly Resume

C.E.T. Electronics Engineering Technologist

Gordon Brandly is an Electronics Engineering Technologist with the Research and Development department of Russell NDE Systems Inc. He has worked there for many years, having started at Cyberscope Industries Inc. in 1984. Cyberscope was an R&D spin-off company of Russell Ultrasound Services Ltd., formed to pursue development of Remote-Field Eddy Current instruments. The two companies were merged to form Russell Technologies Inc. in the late ’80s. Russell Technologies, after undergoing a partial divestiture, became R.T.Co. in 2000, and later Russell NDE Systems Inc.

Gordon’s career has focused on the disciplines of electronics design, computer software development, and technical writing. After a start as an electronics technician repairing and modifying computer equipment, he went on to achieve his goal of doing design and development work in electronics. His design expertise includes small-signal analog electronics, digital electronics, microcomputer software development, PC software development, expert use of printed-circuit board CAD software, and writing technical manuals. He has been involved in all of Cyberscope, Russell Technologies, R.T.Co., and Russell NDE System Inc.’s instrument projects, and has done major development work on most of them.

His experience includes such highlights as being co-owner of a small electronics design firm for several years, holding the position of Secretary of The Aurora Computer Society, and having wrote an article published in Dr. Dobb’s Journal (“Tiny BASIC for the 68000”, February 1985).

EDUCATION
1981 — Computer Systems Technology (Incomplete)
Northern Alberta Institute of Technology

1978 — Electronics Engineering Technology (Honours)
Northern Alberta Institute of Technology

WORK HISTORY
1984-Present
Cyberscope Industries Inc. – Russell NDE Systems Inc.:
Electronics Engineering Technologist

1980-1984
Galactica Computers Ltd.:
Service Manager

1978-1984
Micronorth Manufacturing:
Co-owner & Head Electronics Designer

1978-1980
University of Alberta, Department of Computing Science:
Electronics Technician

1977
Alberta Research Council, Instrument Repair Division:
Electronics Technician

Technical Certification
Certified Engineering Technologist

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATION
Alberta Society of Engineering Technologists