Daniel received his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan in December, 1991. Daniel was happily employed with ANS Communications from early 1992 to the spring of 1998, where he spent a great deal of his time writing network management and data collection software on UNIX platforms. Since ANS is a network service provider, his primary focus was on managing large wide area networks.
At CAIDA, Daniel is lead developer for the skitter family of tools (skitter is a library and tools for active IP network measurement and analysis). Daniel is the sole developer of arts++ (a network data storage library and utilities) and cflowd (a set of tools for handling flow-export data from Cisco routers).
updated 4 Oct 1999