Theodore W. Gray

In liu of a proper CV, here is a sort of timeline.

1982 Graduated from the University Laboratory High School at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Senior research project using radioactive tracers to monitor restriction enzyme digestion of DNA.
1986 Graduated with B.S. in chemistry from the University Of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Junior year spent at the University of Göttingen at Göttingen, Germany.
1987 Dropped out of a PhD program in theoretical chemistry at the University of California at Berkeley .
Dead end project involved semi-classical simulation of molecular dynamics.
1987 Began work on what was to become the Mathematica Notebook front end.   
I was the sole designer and principal author of the user interface of Mathematica.
1988 Co-founded Wolfram Research, Inc with Stephen Wolfram and 4 others.
1988-present principal author and design lead for the Mathematica notebook front end versions 1-4 and counting.
Currently Director of the User Interface department, and member of the executive committee with particular responsibilities for technical strategy, legal analysis, and general panic abatement.
Exploring Mathematics with Mathematica , Addison-Wesley
The Beginner's Guide to Mathematica V2 , Addison-Wesley
The Beginner's Guide to Mathematica V3 , Addison-Wesley
The Beginner's Guide to Mathematica V4 , Cambridge University Press
(Online Excerpt on math education and educational software)
Online presence
Video of me in MacWorld keynote (skip to 24:50 minutes into the presentation to see Steve Jobs introduce me).
Public home page .
Breed Browser website containing sophisticated database driven pedigree browing system for several rare dog breeds.
Periodic Table website containing showcase of famous wooden periodic table.
Things I get paid for
Software engineering
Educational software design
Copyright/internet law
Advocacy writing
Technical writing
Book writing
Other writing
Things I don't get paid for
Prairie Restoration (5 acre restoration on personal estate)
Construction engineering (residential and farm)
Carpentry and furniture making
Culturally academic
Native speaker of German and Swiss German dialect
Picture on right is an artist's rendition of our lake and home.