I am a software engineer that works in aerospace and has an interest in physics-based simulation of systems. My background has largely been working in the testing of software for DO-178 certification. Some more recent interests include taking my knowledge of Linux System Administration to work in DevOps and Continuous Integration environments. I am a well-rounded developer that can write code in multiple languages, have good command of TCP/IP networking concepts, and work to stay educated on ways to better practice software engineering.
Currently to develop my skills I’m running an on-premise VM node setup with Docker, and use Kubernetes as needed. I’m also working on my skills with RedHat’s Ansible and Google’s Go language. My goal is to develop skills and learn more about infrastructure as code. In short, I enable people to do scientific computing by creating infrastructure with free and open source software.
I volunteer my time working as the webmaster for the IEEE CT Section. I also write code for several open-source projects related to amateur radio use of commercial repeater systems.
Master of Software Engineering, 2011
Graduate Certificate in Software Engineering, 2008
Bachelor of Biblical Studies, 2005
Boston Baptist College
ASA Annual Meeting, July 27-30, Gordon College, Wenham, MA http://www.asa3.org
IEEE Membership Event, March 24, Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, CT http://sites.ieee.org/connecticut/2018/02/15/connecticut-ieee-save-the-date-sat-mar-24-ccsu-membership-drive/