I worked at Stack41 from July 2017 until December 2019. Ryan Brooks offered me a job as the Vice President of Engineering. I accepted, and wrote software encompassing the entire lifecycle of IoT (from procuring motherboards, to building a provisioning system, to writing all the bits that get PLC tags from a factory into our data center, Data Holdings.
We worked in a house across the parking lot from the data center, with a few fibers going between.
Some software I have written is released here under the GPLv3.
I quit Stack41 in December of 2019 for many reasons, but one was because work used too much of my time. For years, I had collected lists of personal projects to do and hadn't enough time to work through them all. To reconcile this creative struggle, I quit, free to set the direction of my life.
- Software-Defined Data Centers
- Reproducible Operating System Images
- Private, Industrial IoT Data Acquisition Platform
- Web Portal for IaaS Customers
- Drinking Birds IoT Demonstration
- Some GitLab activity showing that I know how to use collaboration tools
- Example commit log showing detailed messages and proper branching
- Example Flask blueprint, using proper error handling and response codes, and ORM
- Makefile for generating server disk images from a set of configs
- Readme showing quality information
- Partitioning script, part of a reproducible provisioning process for IoT gateways
- Expect script using clean arguments, part of a larger reproducible provisioning process
- Visualizing a query in a notebook page
- Example map that I made for some executive materials
- Example ticket that is thoughtfully written