Portfolio

Recursive Programming in C#: Yes, it’s Useful!

This is another spec assignment.

By: Tim Schreyer

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Chatbot Software in 2020:  Choosing the Best Bot to Attract Customers to Your Business

This is an example of a B2B pillar-type blog post. It is a spec assignment that I wrote for the Content Marketing Certification class from Jon Morrow at SmartBlogger.com.

By:  Tim Schreyer

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Technical Writing: pbnArtist User’s Manual

I am also a computer programmer, and I have written a program called pbnArtist that converts photographs to paint-by-number pictures. This is the user’s manual I wrote for that software.

By: Tim Schreyer

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Software Development: pbnArtist Paint-By-Number Software

I am also a computer programmer. This program, pbnArtist, is written in C#. It converts photographs into paint-by-number and counted-cross-stitch projects. I am the owner and sole-author of this program.

By: Tim Schreyer

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Las Vegas Custom Cakes Website

This website is for a company in Las Vegas that sells very artistic, custom cakes for weddings and other occasions.  It regularly ranked in the top 5 positions on Google for the keywords “wedding cake las vegas”, “birthday cake las vegas”, and other cake types during the 4 years that I was its web manager.

By:  Tim Schreyer

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High Meadows Mortgage Website

This website, which I designed and wrote for High Meadows Mortgage, takes its reader through the phases of Attention, Interest, Desire, Proof and Action (AIDPA) by using the following elements: …

By:  Tim Schreyer

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Amazon Listings

These are two listings I wrote for products selling on Amazon.

The first product is a computer program I wrote, called pbnArtist, that converts photographs into paint-by-number and counted-cross-stitch patterns.

The second product is a set of acrylic art paints meant to accompany the pbnArtist software.

By: Tim Schreyer

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Facebook Ads

Here are three partial page ads.

The first two of these are ads that I wrote for Facebook. The third one is a spec assignment (not a real product) suitable for an email newsletter, that I wrote for an AWAI B2B copywriting class.

By: Tim Schreyer

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Other Publications and Documents

 

Upper San Juan Search And Rescue By-Laws, Upper San Juan Search & Rescue Inc., Pagosa Springs, Colorado.  August 2005.

Colorado Mounted Rescue By-Laws, Colorado Mounted Rescue Inc., Pagosa Springs, Colorado, June 2003.

Tim Schreyer, High Speed Digital Interconnect Design and High Speed Digital Interconnect Theory (16 hr. Class), Intel Corporation internal publication, later licensed to System Design Concepts, Inc., August 1999.

R. Martin, X. Moua and T. Schreyer, Klamath (PentiumPro™ Processor) Frontside Bus and Clock Layout Design Guide, Intel Corporation, 1996.

Tim Schreyer, High Speed Signal Modeling (8 hr. Class and Student Handouts), Intel Corporation internal publication, January 1990.

Tim Schreyer, several internal design specifications and design/validation reports, Intel Corporation internal documents, 1989-2002.

Timothy Alan Schreyer, The Effects of Interconnection Parasitics on VLSI Circuit Performance, Ph. D. Dissertation, Stanford University, March 1989.

T. A. Schreyer, Y. Nishi, and K. C. Saraswat, Simulation and Measuremernt of Picosecond Step Responses in VLSI Interconnections, 1988 IEDM Tech. Digest, pp. 344-347.

T. A. Schreyer, Y. Nishi, and K. C. Saraswat, A Complete RLC Transmission Line Model of Interconnect Delay, Proc. Symposium on VLSI Technology (San Diego, CA), May 1988, pp. 95-96.

T. A. Schreyer, A. J. Bariya, J. P. McVittie, and K. C. Saraswat, Specific Contact Resistivity Measurements of RIE Etched Contacts, Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology A, vol. 6, no. 3, May/June 1988, pp. 1402-1406.

T. A. Schreyer, P. J. Wright, and K. C. Saraswat, The Effect of a Superconducting Interconnect on Circuit Performance, Proc. IEEE Dev. Research Conference (Santa Barbara, CA), June 1987, p. VIB-8.

W. Loh, S. Swirhun, T. Schreyer, R. Swanson, and K. Saraswat, Modeling and Measurement of Contact Resistances, IEEE Trans. Electron Devices, vol. ED-32, no. 3, March 1987, pp. 512-524.

T. A. Schreyer, and K. C. Saraswat, A Two-Dimensional Analytical Model of the Cross-Bridge Kelvin Resistor, IEEE Electron Device Letters, vol. EDL-7, no. 12, Dec. 1986, pp. 661-663.

W. M. Loh, P. J. Wright, T. A. Schreyer, S. E. Swirhun, K. C. Saraswat, and J. D. Meindl, The Sidewall Resistor – A Novel Test Structure to Reliably Extract Contact Resistivity, Proc. IEEE Device Research Conference (Amherst, MA), June 1986, also published in IEEE Electron Device Letters, vol. EDL-7, no. 8, Aug. 1986, pp. 477-479.

K. Saraswat, W. Loh, T. Schreyer, and S. Swirhun, Measurement and Extraction of Specific Contact Resistivity, IEEE VLSI Multilevel Interconnect Conference (Santa Clara, CA), June 1986. pp. 385-391.

T. Schreyer, S. Swirhun, W. Loh, K. Saraswat, and R. Swanson, Comparison of Test Structures Used for the Measurement of Low Resistive Metal-Semiconductor Contacts, Proc. IEEE Workshop on Test Structures (Long Beach, CA), Feb. 1986, pp. 8-23.

W. M. Loh, S. E. Swirhun, T. A. Schreyer, K. C. Saraswat, and R. M. Swanson, Two-Dimensional Simulations for Accurate Extraction of the Specific Contact Resistivity from Contact Resistance Data, 1985 IEDM Tech. Digest, pp. 586-589.

 


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