Trapped at the triple point between a geek, a hippie and a biker, I am the Web Engineering Herd Patriarch at the Mozilla Corporation. More conventionally, I’m the software architect behind the Mozilla Socorro project. Unintentionally specializing in programming as performance art, I frequently jump into projects on the Thursday prior to a Monday deadline. Steadfastly refusing to move into management, I have a thirty-five year career behind me as a hacker. I’ve left a wake of code behind me in Fortran, C, C++, Java and Python across many industries: pure science, Wall Street, airlines, phone companies, and too many more to list. The odds are that your child rides a school bus that was optimally routed by software that evolved from my work in the 1980s.
I prefer Python, PostgreSQL and Harleys, but am versed in C++, MySQL and Subarus.
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