David Bernal has been coding in some fashion or another since he was 12. The boy-genius has been developing web applications for more than five years, and is our resident C#/.NET guru. He's interested in creative human-computer interfaces, developing computer vision APIs, playing chess, cooking, rocketry and contributing to everyone's favorite smarty site, Wikipedia.
He'll occasionally pick roads at random and drive them until they end, but he usually does that on his own time, when we're not paying him. David recently finished some work with Boeing on their new 787 Dreamliner. Surprisingly enough, no airplanes were harmed in the testing of their systems. Way to go, David! Our faith in the safety of flight has been restored.
- Joined Synapse on: August 15, 2006
- Personal Website: http://www.obnoxiouslyverbose.com/
- Twitter http://www.twitter.com/notJim
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Latest Blog Post by David Bernal
In this article, we discuss changes—some simple and some more complex—to the structure of your code that will make your it cleaner, easier to read, and easier to maintain.
Posted on July 25, 2008 by David BernalRead more »
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