[Bioc-devel] new Bioconductor team members
lawrence.michael at gene.com
Wed Sep 9 00:36:18 CEST 2015
Welcome Jim and Brian. It sounds like you guys are ideally qualified to
propel Bioconductor through the next stage in its evolution. I look forward
to working with you (and the remaining members of the team) as we take
Bioconductor in new directions.
On Tue, Sep 8, 2015 at 3:24 PM, Obenchain, Valerie <
Valerie.Obenchain at roswellpark.org> wrote:
> In September the Bioconductor project relocated from Seattle, Washington
> to Buffalo, New York and along with the geographical change came a few
> staff changes.
> A big thank you to Marc, Sonail and Paul for their contributions to the
> project. They were instrumental in the design and implementation of
> AnnotationHub (and annotations in general), tools for biological network
> analysis, educational materials and many other areas. Thanks guys. You
> will be missed.
> Here in Buffalo we're pleased to welcome two new members, Jim Java and
> Brian Long. Jim formerly worked as a biostatistician analyzing clinical
> trial data and as a software engineer for several companies, with
> projects ranging from point-of-sale (POS) software to embedded systems.
> He has a Ph.D. in computer science (focused on natural language
> processing), and master's degrees in biostatistics and English
> literature. Brian has worked in software development with a focus on
> relational database & NoSQL storage, UI/UX design, security and scale.
> Most recently, he's been part of a team to develop a
> Platform-as-a-Service (similar to Google App Engine). The platform
> offering allows application developers to deploy components to on-demand
> virtual infrastructure and supports a large number of programming
> languages via Apache Thrift.
> Please join us in welcoming Jim and Brian to the team!
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