Mr. Allyn Shell

Computer Science

Current Courses

Personal Bio

Allyn is a computer scientist who worked for contractors to NASA to build simulators and ground stations for 25 years. He work for contractors serving Missile Defense to build simulators for 10 years. He is the son of Dr. Donald L Shell, so his aptitude for programming is natural.

Allyn is also a Teacher. He has taught seminars in Introductory Ada, Introductory C++, Advanced C++, Object Oriented Software Development, Introduction to Java, and Management of Ada Software Development.

Allyn is Author of the NASA/GSFC Standard Ada Pretty Printer (NASA/GSFC DSTL-88-003, May 1988) and co-author of the Ada Style Guide (NASA/GSFC SEL-87-002, May 1987). He recently wrote a paper called RISC Hardware and Simplified Software, Part 1: the Hardware and is writing RISC Hardware and Simplified Software, Part 2: the Software.

Allyn has four US Patents and an EPO Patent Application for a Multi-Level Marketing Computer Network Server (US Patents #6134533, 6415265, 6408281, 6691093 and EPO Patent Application # 97119108.5).

Education History

  • B S Applied Physics, Michigan Technological University
  • M S Computer Science, Johns Hopkins University

Work Experience

Senior Principal Systems Engineer, (Retired), ASRC

Publications

Allyn is Author of the NASA/GSFC Standard Ada Pretty Printer (NASA/GSFC DSTL-88-003, May 1988) and co-author of the Ada Style Guide (NASA/GSFC SEL-87-002, May 1987). He recently wrote a paper called RISC Hardware and Simplified Software, Part 1: the Hardware and is writing RISC Hardware and Simplified Software, Part 2: the Software.

Allyn has four US Patents and an EPO Patent Application for a Multi-Level Marketing Computer Network Server (US Patents #6134533, 6415265, 6408281, 6691093 and EPO Patent Application # 97119108.5).