Cindy Eldenburg is a Principle Engineer with Time Warner Cable’s Architecture, Development, and Engineering group. Cindy currently manages the software build and automated test efforts for TWC applications, primarily focusing on software running on leased set tops. Cindy has both a broad and deep knowledge of the cable industry that has helped her build a reputation as an effective problem solver within the cable domain.
Cindy has been with TWC for 10 years playing a primary role in the initial launch of the first widely-deployed OCAP settops in the US, helping to meet the July 2007 FCC deadlines. Continuing in this role, Cindy has established test procedures and built a highly effective team of client test engineers. As the client navigation software has matured at TWC so has the test team, shifting from manual testing with rapid software changes to a more mature test automation model. Prior to Time Warner Cable, Cindy held engineering positions with MystroTV, Canal+ Technologies, Media One, and Probita. Working with vendors from Taiwan and Brazil, she helped launch to the first addressable cable system in Brazil. Prior to working in the Cable Telecommunications industry, Cindy worked as an Accountant and Auditor in the Financial Industry.
Cindy is active in the community at TWC, working on the Diversity Committee and with the TWC Connect A Million Minds (CAMM) as well as co-chairing the TWC – The Women of Colorado employee network. Cindy is also active in the larger cable community, being an active member of WICT, serving as co-chair on Tech It Out sponsorship committee, and is a member of SCTE.
Cindy graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Fort Lewis College. She lives with her husband on a mini-farm in Northern Colorado. In her free time, Cindy enjoys gardening, playing with her grandchildren, and working the farm with her husband.