David Weinstein

aka: Dave Weinstein

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After turning pro in the 1994 season as part of the White Wolf Productions' Empire II: The Art of War team, Dave moved to Kesmai Studios. In 1997 he donned the red and white stripes of Red Storm Entertainment (later part of Ubisoft), working as a networking specialist on Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six.

After 11 years, three companies, and six platforms, he retired from professional game development during the 2005 season, and moved to the foothills of the Cascade Mountains to write and research security tools as part of the Microsoft Security Engineering Center. He also freely admits to having written this biography under the influence of OLN Tour De France coverage.

Today, David is a Senior Security Development Engineer with Microsoft.

Credited on 13 games

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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Lockdown (2005, PlayStation 2) Engineers
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm (2004, PlayStation 2) Great Thanks to
The Sum of All Fears (2002, Game Boy Advance) Lead Engineer
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear (2002, Game Boy Advance) Engine Programmers
Batman: Vengeance (2001, Game Boy Advance) Special Thanks
Anne McCaffrey's Freedom: First Resistance (2000, Windows) Engineers
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear (1999, Windows) Special Thanks
Force 21 (1999, Windows) Level Design
Dominant Species (1998, Windows) Special Thanks
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six (1998, Windows) Additional Programming
Legends of Kesmai (1997, Windows) Programmers
Empire II: The Art of War (1996, Windows) Programming
Master of Orion (1993, DOS) Special Thanks To

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