Boisy Gene Pitre Author of Evaluating Organization Development

Boisy Gene Pitre

Software Engineering

Boisy G. Pitre is a computer scientist, professional software developer and author who has devoted his career to applying computing principles to solving problems and enhancing the quality of peoples' lives. Through his work, he brings commitment, passion and enthusiasm for creating great products with equally compelling technology, and enjoys sharing this knowledge with others.


Boisy Pitre has been an avid and passionate advocate for the Color Computer for three decades. In 1992, he joined Microware Systems Corporation, the makers of OS-9, as a software engineer, and has worked in the industry ever since. Today, he remains a part of the CoCo community, leading various open source initiatives and working with his partner Mark Marlette at Cloud-9 to provide hardware and software for the Color Computer hobbyist.

Boisy is a graduate of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette where he obtained his Master and Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with a minor in Mathematics. Boisy and his wife reside in the quiet countryside of Prairie Ronde, Louisiana.


    Master of Science, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Compilers, Energy efficient microprocessors


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