Dave Lillethun is an assistant professor at Seattle University, in the Computer Science & Software Engineering department. He currently teaches Programming & Problem Solving (CS1), and has taught classes on Object-Oriented Programming, Operating Systems, and Computer Networking in the past.
See “Teaching” for office hours and other information about Prof. Lillethun’s teaching schedule and courses.
The subject of his research is system software support for live stream analytics in the Internet of Things (i.e., using live sensor data). He is working on developing a software platform for Internet of Things (IoT) applications, advocating such a system software platform because he feels it will make a significant difference in how quickly we will see the proliferation of IoT and it’s impact on our everyday lives.
Personally speaking, his hobbies include gaming of all types, and he has also begun practicing martial arts. He enjoys playing a variety of games, including many modern board games, card games, and role-playing games. He doesn’t play too many video games these days, but there are a couple he’s been known to play from time to time. He has also have worked on a number of short films, commercials, and one feature-length film, most often doing set lighting and production jobs.