Don Cooper

Don Cooper

Don has been working with LHP since 2017. His focus has been on the implementation and extensibility of DevOps tools and processes as well as R&D activities developing tool integrations. Previously Don has worked with several international engineering firms such as Siemens Automotive in Timisoara, Romania, Regensburg, Germany and Birmingham, England. Panasonic Automotive in Peachtree City, Georgia, Honeywell Aerospace in Phoenix, Arizona, St. Jude Medical in St. Paul Minnesota, Abbot Point of Care in Princeton, New Jersey, International Gaming Technology, West Greenwich, Rhode Island and NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland. Don began his engineering career as a Voice Activation engineer with ATG Telecommunications – now Pat Live – in Tallahassee, Florida in 1996. Since then his focus has been on engineering and DevOps tools such as IBM DOORS, IBM ELM, IBM Rational Publishing Engine, JAZZ Reporting Server, JAMA and Atlassian Jira. Integration standards such as OSGi, JAZZ, Rest APIs, OSLC, JAVA, Javascripting and Open Social Widgets. Don’s undergraduate studies were in Economics and Statistics from Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida. His graduate studies were in International Economics - emphasis on foreign currency exchange -- also from Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida. As well as a year of post-graduate study in software engineering from the University of Oxford, Oxford England. Don has taught economics, statistics, mathematics and technology at Florida State University, the University of Maryland, Keiser College and the University of the West. Don is fluent in English, Romanian and German. He is an avid scuba diver, improv actor and instructor and climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa in February 2020.

Recent posts by Don Cooper

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LHP Link: How does our Bi-directional Traceability Solution Add Value

By Don Cooper on Aug 30, 2022 4:12:05 PM

LHP Link: How does our Bi-directional Traceability Solution Add Value?   Introduction With the growing trend in innovation within the automotive industry and the technology embedded in the products, it is important to understand how far back a product’s life cycle extends. Among other considerations like data analytics, it travels back to the management and implementation of requirements. Having visibility of the entire development of a product and its parts throughout assembly can ensure that they are being developed within the standards and requirements established beforehand. For your company to maintain growth with little disruption in your internal processes, it is worth investing in a tool integration solution that offers valuable bi-directional traceability. LHP Link is a solution unique amongst rivals, one that adds value and continuous growth to an organization.
Topics: Bi-directional Traceability
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