Chaim Krause is a Simulation Specialist at the US Army's Command and General Staff College, where he supports military simulations used as part of the schoolhouse's curriculum. He also develops serious games for use in some of the college's courses. He's programmed computers since the days of the Tandy Model I and the CoCo's Extended Color Basic. These days he's likely to be programming an Arduino or iPad as well as a Mac or PC. When not supporting government owned military simulations at work, Chaim is most likely playing wargames or strategy games for fun at home. He also enjoys listening to electronic music and spending time with his two Eurohounds.
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