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Snow, Eric, approximately 1975-



  • Existence: approximately 1975-

Biographical History

Eric Snow (approximately 1975 - ) is a Brigham Young University alumnus, and has been a software developer/engineer for various computer companies since 1998.

Eric Snow has been a resident of the Provo, Utah area since he attended Brigham Young University in the 90s. While he has been in the Provo, Utah area, he served as a TA which he helped test a Linux-based Virtual Private network, an intern for IBM where he helped create the school software program Schoolvista, a Technical Support/Software Engineer for Verio, and recently as an engineer for the open-source software company Canonical where he helped in creating a cloud service for Canonical's operating system Ubuntu. During his time as a student, he also served a mission in Buenos Aires, Argentina between 1994-1996.

LinkedIn, June 23, 2016 (Eric Snow's birthdate estimated from the time he served as a missionary in Buenos Aires; BYU student; employee of BYU, IBM, and Canonical)

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Eric Snow collection on LaMar Berrett

Identifier: MSS 8824
Scope and Contents

Collection contains materials pertaining to or collected by LaMar Berrett. Includes minutes from meetings at Brigham Young University which Berrett attended between 1967-1969, primary and secondary source documents pertaining to his research in Mormon history, and materials pertaining to his career as a religion professor at BYU including syllabi, textbooks, and lesson plans. Materials dated between 1843-1991.

Dates: 1843-1991; Majority of material found within 1940-1979