Macintosh Software Engineering
Macintosh programming, including:
Commercial in-house software solutions
UNIX programming for the Macintosh
Cross-platform development, using wxWidgets and other tools
Has developed both proprietary and open-source software.
Excellent problem-solving and debugging skills.
Creative "think outside the box" solutions to difficult problems.
Many satisfied clients; references provided on request.
Experience developing medical and industrial software on a variety of processors.
Recent projects include:
Wrote SETI@home client/screensaver ports for Mac OS 9 & OS X; helped write, debug & maintain Macintosh, Windows and UNIX SETI@home clients (over 5 million users worldwide): http://setiathome.berkeley.edu.
Macintosh and cross-platform programmer for UC Berkeley BOINC project (Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing): http://boinc.berkeley.edu. BOINC is used by over 70 research projects worldwide, including World Community Grid, to enable volunteer distributed computing, and also by various in-house distributed computing projects.
Designed & implemented kiosk and system software used to control floor computers and demos in Apple retail stores.
Available for 1099 contracts directly with principals. No agencies, brokers or W2 contracts, please.