Gregory Pope has over 35 years of experience developing software in the commercial and government sectors. Greg has held positions from programmer to CEO. He has been an invited keynote speaker for numerous international symposiums related to Software Quality (
Currently Greg works at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory where he is Software Quality Engineering Group Leader and V&V SQE Project Leader for Advanced Scientific Computation, which creates physics simulations on the world’s largest computers. Prior to this, in 1993, he founded and ran Azor, Inc., a software testing company, until it was purchased by Tescom in 2000. Greg has also held a number of management and technical positions involved with mission critical testing of cruise missiles and military communication systems, system engineering and development of software code for real-time sorting and searching algorithms for electronic countermeasures, telemetry and data acquisition systems for flight testing helicopters, and experimental testing of jet engines.
Greg also continues to consult to industry, where his clients have included companies such as Microsoft, Borland, Apple, Sun, DHL, Siemens, Knight-Ridder, AT&T, Applied Materials, Cadence, EICON, Rogers Cantel, IRS, Abbott Labs, Measurex, Acuson, S3, Eastman Kodak, various venture capital firms and industry analysts.
Greg has a B.S. Degree from the