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Software Developer
Polymer Physicist
Marathon Runner
Mike speaking at the TCF IT Professional Conference, March 14, 2014.
Mike speaking at the TCF Banquet, March 15, 2014.

According to, the Redlich surname is "German and Jewish (Ashkenazic): nickname for a responsible or honest person, from Middle High German redelich ‘upright’, ‘honest’ (an adjective derived from Old High German reda ‘justification’, ‘account’), modern German redlich. As a Jewish surname it is mainly ornamental." Web Site

Flemington Weather Forecast, NJ (08822)

I am proud to be serving as President of the Amateur Computer Group of New Jersey (ACGNJ), one of the oldest computer clubs in the country. On June 13, 2015, ACGNJ celebrated the 40th anniversary of its very first meeting in 1975. You can learn about the history of the club from my President's Note article for the June 2015 Newsletter.

ACGNJ sponsors a variety of Special Interest Groups (SIGs) that meet on a specific time of the month. Upcoming SIG events are listed below. If you happen to only see the name of a particular SIG displayed in Powder Blue, it simply means that I need to update the SIG events.

SIG events are maintained through defined Xspots via web-X-ten, a cloud-based web content management tool with value added features to make it the easiest and most dynamic way to manage, syndicate, and publish web site content. If you'd like to setup your own Xspots, please visit web-X-ten to setup your account today.

I have an active social media presence and I would appreciate you connecting with me.

I have four blogs that are are in various stages of activity. I will do my best to keep them current.

I am an avid runner having completed numerous marathons and half-marathons since 2010.

I am a member of the Base Camp Athletic Club (BC*AC) and happy to be associated with the Hill Runners of Hunterdon (HRH), running clubs based in Hunterdon County, New Jersey.

On October 4, 2015, I successfully completed my first ultramarathon, the Blues Cruise 50K. It was an amazing adventure and I highly recommend this ultramarathon especially if it will be your first! Here are two race reports from the 2015 event:

I would like to someday create and maintain my own running blog. But, I would also like to share running blogs from other runners that I find interesting and intriguing. Here is the list, so far...

Mike finishing the J.P. Case 5K on October 17, 2010.
Mike's Running Medals