Dr. David Woolbright finished math degrees at Davidson College, Emory University, and Auburn University, along with some post-graduate study in computer science at Clemson University. He enjoyed a long career teaching mathematics and computer science at Columbus State University. During his academic career, he also managed to train hundreds of corporate programmers for Fortune 500 companies. Several years ago, he was named an IBM Champion for Z.
As a young man, he studied creative writing at Davidson. Years later, much older and wiser, he studied creative writing at Merton College of Oxford University. These days, he enjoys the camaraderie of the group of writers at Elizabeth Starks’ Book Writing World. He lives in Columbus, Georgia with his wife, Cathy. They have three children and three grandchildren
Study IBM Assembly language with him at punctiliousprogrammer.com .