Matt Robinson

Robinson 005


I’ve been working with Ruby and Perl to build web apps, configuration management software (currently with Puppet Labs) and script my life since I graduated college with a degree in Applied Computational Mathematical Sciences (ACMS) with a focus on discrete math and algorithms (the title wrapped 3 lines on the diploma and really just meant I couldn’t pick just one nerdy major).

I’m particularly interested in writing easy to read and understand code after being forced to read the horrific code others have produced and left me to maintain. I think good testing practices go a long way to helping here.

In my non-nerd time I enjoy hiking, rock climbing, traveling, meditating and recently playing with my baby daughter.

Open Source Bridge 2012

Proposals for this user

* What makes developers happy?

A discussion of what makes working as a developer a pleasant, rewarding experience
Culture 2012-03-30 21:27:26 +0000
Matt Robinson

Open Source Bridge 2011

Sessions for this user

* Testing Antipatterns

Tests are great - except when they aren't. Learn how to avoid writing tests that are more trouble than they're worth.
Matt Robinson