In the last decade I’ve built software for Google, NASA, and various other organisations worldwide. I’ve developed everything from operating systems to web programming languages to 3D rendering engines. And if you play games on Android, you’re likely using code I’ve worked on. More recently I demonstrated some of my work to former Google CEO Eric Schmidt − who said "Hey, you should make a lot of money with that". We didn't.
In 2012 and 2013 I traveled around the world building software for various clients, working in several countries in Asia and Africa. I eventually found myself in Nairobi where I co-founded SafariDesk, an online travel startup for the emerging East African region. Initial funding for SafariDesk came from the Savannah Fund startup accelerator.
From 2008 to 2012, I was a PhD researcher at the University of Waikato in New Zealand, as part of the WAND Network Research group. I worked primarily in embedded and distributed systems, though I also worked on a number of more user-visible side projects. From 2004 to 2008 I completed my BCMS, graduating with first class honors.
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