Pat Burgess

(765) 538-2428

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My name is Pat Burgess. I am a Software Engineer working with Embedded Controllers in C and Assembly Language. I do have a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and a Microprocessor and Embedded Controller Certificate from Purdue.

In the past few years, I have had the opportunity to work on a wide variety of products. I first worked as a Hardware Engineer doing Integrated Circuit Design and Product Engineering. I have done ASICs (Application Specific Integrated Circuits) working for the ASIC Vendor and working for the ASIC Customer.

Later, I transitioned to Software Engineering. In Software Engineering I'm working with Embedded Controllers in C and Assembly Language. I have spent most of the last several years writing and validating communications software for embedded controllers in the automotive industry.

I have brought products from concept to volume production as both a Hardware Engineer and a Software Engineer.

I led the software development team that took Ford's (and the Automotive Industry's) first Integrated Trailer Brake Controller from concept to volume production on time and won the 2005 Henry Ford Technology Award for Technical Excellence.

My short-term goals include taking classes at our local college. I have taken three credit hour classes on Visual Basic, Advanced Visual Basic, C/C++, SQL, Linux, Web Site Development, Java and Android.

My long-term goals include working as a Software Engineer forever. I love it.

For a hobby, I write simple android apps and publish them on Google's Play Store. To see some of my apps search the Play Store ( for "Pat_Burgess".

If you have any questions, please call me at (765) 538-2428 or email me at

Patrick A. Burgess


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