New York, NYUSA
January 21, 2013
I like xUnit. It has clean syntax and gets the job done.
.NET, R (statistics), SQL
Data architecture, cloud, configuration management, deployment, scalability, functional programming, system complexity, service-oriented architecture, security, NewSql (not NoSql)
I can speak about the R programming language, statistical computing, modeling, software release management. In a year or so I'll have some talks on various topics related to cloud architecture. These will follow new systems that my firm is planning to build in the coming year.
Theoretically it would be Mercurial but I have no real experience with that. I've used Subversion which suffers from all the issues related to centralized version control. Git has become popular because of GitHub. I love GitHub. Git was not written for humans. Its terribly complex. So in theory Mercurial has the simplicity of Subversion, with the benefits of a DVCS.
I'm the CTO at Winged Foot Capital. I've developed, architected, and managed software projects for 15 years. I was previously at Microsoft where I shipped Office 2003, 2007, and 2010. I'm obsessed about full-stack architecture.