I'm a freelance developer with 20 years of experience writing backend and desktop software. For the last seven years I've been focused on scientific software for everyone from start-ups to big instrumentation companies
This is a sampling of some of the items I have worked on in the past few years. I've tried to show some of the different ideas and techniques I've worked with.
February was my last month at Scimatic Software. Due to some changing markets and changes at some of our customers, Jamie and I decided that it was best to move on. He’s taken a role with Perkin Elmer, driving their
Crossposted from the Scimatic Blog. We at Scimatic were very excited to work with Alex Greikspoor and his Mekentosj team to create the first version of Papers for Windows. There’s a lot of competition in the reference management space, from
Crossposted from Scimatic Titus Brown has a very funny spoof about how scientists will probably react to the NSF’s moves towards data management plans. Go read it, I’ll wait. After detailing all manner of horrible data, licensing and source code