Welcome to the website of Marc and Stephanie Chamberlin, happily married and living with two English Mastif slob mutts - Laika and Kalani, a ferocious cat Rango, a dozen cranky chickens, and who knows how many fish and other critters we keep around here.

Feel free to browse around and learn more than you ever cared to know about our world!

Marc's Biography

I am a tall 6'5" critter, currently sporting brown hair, blue eyes, and a gray beard. I emerged into this world at exactly 11:09pm on July 25, 1953AD, at the Ashland General Hospital in Ashland, Oregon USA.

My childhood years were spent mostly growing up in a medium small town of Klamath Falls, Oregon. My initial goal in life was to become an astronaut, but alas that was just not meant to be. So I spent my youth immersed in science fiction books, having fun in the Boy Scouts hiking and camping all over southern Oregon till I became an Eagle, talking all over the world on ham radio and driving my parents crazy with all the antennas I wanted to stick up, building electronic kits, fishing for steelhead and trout, playing the piano,  and looking at the stars with my telescopes.

After a two year stint in the Army, I finally grew up and decided computers were my calling. I  graduated from Oregon State University in 1976 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science, and from the University of Oregon in 1978 where I received a Masters of Science degree in Computer Science. So now I am a computer scientist and a senior software engineer with over 35  years of experience programming computers.


Latest Projects

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JPrise Inc.

Marc's Company

Marc and his partner, Ed Averill, formed a consulting/contracting company that specializes in Java programing. Click on the more button below to visit JPrise Inc's website.


Internet Telescope

Explore the universe

This is Marc's biggest personal project. I am designing a collaborative web site that will allow members of a telescope observatory to control their telescope from the internet.


Quick Links

Some useful links for Marc & Steph

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