About Me

Howdy, I’m Joe and this my blog.

I’m a Chief Technology Officer and Chief Information Security Officer skilled in leading the development and implementation of business technology strategies in fast-paced growth-stage organizations. Having worked in telecommunications, home entertainment and automation, IoT, and healthcare, I am skilled at listening to, understanding, and adapting to the voices of the market, customers, business operations, technology, and regulations. Over the past decades I’ve compiled a track record of successfully implementing and managing all aspects of technology development including recruiting, managing, and mentoring software engineering staff; developing and integrating software solutions using agile development methodologies; developing and instituting code revision management and continuous build systems; establishing and improving defect resolution productivity goals; leading cross-functional teams on delivery of product releases; and leading organizations through challenging compliance frameworks.

This blog is an outlet to share all of my various passions whether it be software development leadership, playing with new and exciting processor architectures, or cooking. I hope you enjoy reading it as much I have enjoyed writing it.



5 thoughts on “About Me”

  1. Hello – and thanks so much for all your hard work on Open Source Swift!

    I have Swift-2.2 working on a Beaglebone Black running Debian, but the REPL is still a bit wonky…
    Have you had time/been able to update the arm7-linux-gnueabli package since your December 22 2015 post? Are you planning to update it to Swift-3.0?

    Thank you very much

    1. John, you’re quite welcome. Unfortunately I haven’t had the time to work with the ARM or x86 packages as of late. Folks have been working with ARM and I just need to sit down and try to build it on the BeagleBoard X15 I have.

  2. Thanks for getting back to me. I have installed swift-3.0 on a Debian stretch VM running on a 64bit box and on it, REPL and lldb work well. But, on the Beaglebone Black 32 bit Armhf board the REPL and lldb have problems. I don’t know enough to attempt an armhf swift build myself, so I’m hoping (shamelessly) to convince you to update yours :). Thanks!

  3. Hello guys,

    first things first: Great job and huge thanks to push Swift in the OSS.
    Is it possible to persist the latest successfully incremental build under a static link? That would be great for some easy to use setup scripts for Swift on the RaspberryPi.

    Would love to help you with that. Thank you very much.

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