About Murray Saul

Murray Saul

Murray Saul graduated with an Honours Degree in Economics from Queen’s University in 1986, and graduated with a Degree in Education (Adult Education) from Brock University in 1996. After graduating in 1986, Murray worked as a support analyst for Magstar Inc, assisting in the installation, training and support of large retail clients using NCR tower mini-computers running Unix System V.

Murray left Magstar Inc. to become an assistant controller for a large retail company responsible for the control and daily operation of that company’s Accounting Information System. He left industry in the early 1990s to pursue a career as a full-time college professor. He worked as a contract professor for Centennial, Humber, and Sheridan Colleges for a decade before becoming a full-time professor for Seneca college in 2000.

Over the past 23 years, Murray has taught over 50 unique courses including computer programming, accounting, economics, and management studies. Currently, He works for the School of Computer Studies at Seneca College teaching Bash Shell Scripting, C, C++, Javascript, Perl and PHP/MySQL programming as well as Linux administration, A+ certification, and network security courses. He also has taught a post-diploma course for the Bioinformatics program.

He is really interested in the Linux operating system, and the benefits that it provides to this planet. He is constantly discovering neat applications in Linux including LTSP (Linux Terminal Server Project: Using thin clients to setup cost effective labs), open source gaming, multimedia (Ubuntu Studio including the following applications: Audacity, Jack Audio Server, setBfree (Hammond B3 organ emulator), Ardour, Ninjam, Cinelerra), DVR applications (Mythtv), as well as web development…

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15 Responses to “About Murray Saul”

  1. Gruuuuuuvvyyy!

  2. Impressive !!

  3. You’re looking more and more like your brother Brian!

  4. LOL! I forgot about that – although as I recall, didn’t that keyboardist look more like Lois?!

    • I guess I thought that since “Lois” was my mother, that would “run in the family”…

      People have fears about clowns, I guess mine was the fear of 80’s keyboard players…

      Murray

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  6. Great teacher, taught uli101 real well. Thanks Murray!

  7. Realy good work cheers mate!

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