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[Update 2019-08-23] Started some Flutter/Dart development. Given the size of the effort and the number of different services and APIs any prep for automated application development is going to take some time.

[Update 2017-09-26] In addition to my continued use of go I have designed and implemented a DSL for an enterprise reporting system.

[Update 2016-04-22] When I joined Ultimate Software they were a dedicated Microsoft shop. I was hired because of my depth of knowledge and the lack of Linux experience which was starting to make inroads into the organization. I introduced the organization to Google's golang by implementing a VMware scheduler and orchestration tool from the ground up.

And while at Netcentrix I leveraged that experience to design and build a DSL in order to implement a reporting system based on flow based programming, TH1/tcl, Lua and other incidental experiences.

[Update 2011-12-06] Actually there is still a lot missing from this list. The tier-1/2 dependency list is pretty high. Things like Spread, ZeroMQ, OpenSSL, JDBC, jPOS, Mnesia, Mojolicious, Twisted, Celery, ActiveRecord, Hibernate, iBatis, Riak, Redis, MongoDB, Cassandra … and it goes deeper than that too.

As a followup article to “projects and more projects“; this article is going to cover all of the programming languages, tools and frameworks I’ve used over the years as they relate to the projects I’ve worked on. This is going to be the hardest document to write because in some cases the dependencies were too deep for me to know for sure. (thank you WebLogic) but I’ll give it a shot in that maybe it’ll be interesting in the end.


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