Bradley is a computer professional with 20 years experience in network software development, project management, and technical writing. He has covered wireless and computer networking topics for About.com since 1999. See also - Bradley Mitchell at Google+
Bradley is a seasoned engineer and team leader who has worked for several product development organizations in the computer and aerospace industries. He has published several research papers and is author / co-author of two patents.
Bradley has worked with Cisco Press as a technical reviewer, completing manuscript reviews for six published books including "Home Networking: A Visual Do-It-Yourself Guide," "Internet Phone Services Simplified" and "Cisco Networking Simplified" (2nd Edition). He has also previously written for Computerworld.com and served as an adjunct instructor in computer science at the Oregon Graduate Institute.
Bradley holds a Bachelors degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.) and a Masters degree in Computer Science from the University of Illinois.
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I'm motivated to help you find answers to your computer networking problems and generally improve your productivity through smart uses of wireless and other network technology. Any opinions expressed on this site are mine alone and do not represent those of About.com or any other organization.
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