A front-end engineer at Puppet Labs in Portland, OR, Daniel has a B.S. in Computer Science from Baker College and began an M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Purdue University before dropping out to work full time at Puppet Labs in January 2012.
Heavily vested in internships throughout school, since 2004 he’s worked at IBM, Intel, HP, Nike, and FEI. Finally, in 2011, he found his area of passion—Human-Computer Interaction—and is doing his best imitation of a sponge, working with a world-class UX team and absorbing as much knowledge as humanly possible.
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Scenario: You're the lead in a team software project for school. One week from the deadline, you get a call from the Dean. Somebody's taken your project requirements document and uploaded it to rent-a-l33t-coder.com. Your fingerprints are all over the doc. You're accused of cheating and threatened with expulsion from school. What do you do?
|Hacks||2012-03-14 23:28:51 +0000|
Why do most computer interfaces flop? Why do so few succeed? Is it magic, or is there a method to the madness? Learn about some of the mathematical underpinnings of human-computer interaction, starting with Fitts' law in one-dimension and ending with the Accot-Zhai steering law in two.
|Chemistry||2012-03-14 22:30:54 +0000|