Lakeside Robotics is a privately-owned corporation based in Greater Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. Our company does a mix of open source software, commercial software, standards, and classes.
Tammy L Sweet oversees the day-to-day operations of the company. Tammy has a diverse educational background including business, computer science, life sciences, and nutrition. Prior to becoming the CEO, Tammy worked as a systems analyst for Easy Software Products from 1995 to 2011, becoming co-owner in 2007. Tammy was the president of the Morgan Hill, California chapter of the Las Madres organization from 2008 to 2011 and she has been active in the local homeschooling community since 2015.
Michael R Sweet oversees all technical work and is the primary technical contributor at Lakeside Robotics. Michael is probably best known as the creator of CUPS, the de-facto standard printing system for Linux®, macOS®, and Unix®. Michael has written several books and started, contributed to, and developed many open source projects over the years. Michael was also involved in the creation of the Internet Printing Protocol, AirPrint™, IPP Everywhere™, IPP 3D, IPP-USB, Wi-Fi Direct Print Services, and many other standards.
Michael served as the chair of the IEEE-ISTO Printer Working Group from 2010 to 2015 and has been the secretary of the PWG's Internet Printing Protocol workgroup since 2010. Michael is also one of two IETF designated experts in the world for network printing.
|Today||Lakeside Robotics Corporation — Owner/CTO
|2019||Apple Inc. — Senior Engineer
|2011||Easy Software Products — Owner
|1995||Dyncorp — Software Engineer
|1990||TASC — Consultant