Mr. Crowley formed the software company named InfinaDyne in 1996 and began working full time there in 2001. In 1997 the first CD data recovery product available was released and was followed in 2000 with the first product specifically addressing the needs of forensic examiners when examining CDs and DVDs.A computer professional, with over 25 years experience in programming computers of all types producing commercial products for embedded systems, mainframe and PC's. Additionally, Mr. Crowley has authored consumer software games including the ColecoVision version of the game Gyruss, James Bond, Up N' Down and the Atari 2600 game Super Cobra. These games are available on the Internet.Since 1994, Mr. Crowley has focused on PC and embedded system software development, specifically related to CD and DVD technology. This has included CD recording, accessing CD-ROM data for PC and Playstation games and in-vehicle navigation systems.Mr. Crowley is still actively developing software for InfinaDyne as well as teaching classes on CD and DVD examination. In 2006 the book “CD and DVD Forensics” was published by Syngress which contains information from these classes as well as serving as a guide to using the CD/DVD Inspector product.