Andrew D. Patterson offers services through his own firm Patterson Research Inc., where he provides IT consulting, research, and writing services. He can be available on site in Atlantic Canada and throughout the world, anywhere the Internet reaches.
One of his projects was to help the Internet reach the South Pole.
His entire career has involved technology, from his early days of servicing cash registers to software engineering and consulting. He has worked as a requirements architect, designer, or builder on numerous business and government applications. He understands business, software, and technology. He has worked on both large and small projects. Clients appreciate his independent and thorough perspective when delivering advice and solutions.
For the past 10 years, all of his projects have been Internet-based—from the design and building of websites to open source integrations, medical billing requirements, and business intelligence.
In addition to early electronics training, Andrew has earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of New Brunswick, Canada; and he has a Master of Mathematics degree from the University of Waterloo, Canada.
Although he has authored dozens of documents, from requirements ("what is to be") to specifications ("how it should be") and user help ("what is"), this is his first published book.