I’m Matt Bone, a graduate of Loyola University Chicago where I received a B.S. in Computer Science and Physics, and an M.S. is Software technology. I remain a member of the Emerging Technologies Lab. I enjoy Python, Lisp, testing, distributed computing, functional programming, and nerding out with other passionate people. Most software is broken, but with some hard work and care, we can fix anything.
When not thinking about software, I like to ride bikes. I believe bikes, in addition to being fun, are an effective form of transportation.
If you would like to contact me send a message to: REMOVEthatmattboneTHIS AT gmail dot com.
Here are some talks I’ve given or been involved with.
- Ansible for configuration management lightning talk at ChiPy on November 8, 2012.
- Zope Interfaces presented at ChiPy on April 12, 2012
- Taming XML: First Objects, Then Markup. Matt Bone, Peter Nabicht, Konstantin Laufer, and George Thiruvathukal. EIT 2008. (Download Paper)
- Loyola Jesuit Seismic Observatory Service for the Advanced Physics Laboratory Education. Matt Bone, Asim Gangopadhyaya, Thomas Ruubel, Aleksandr Goltsiker. Chicago Section, American Association of Physics Teachers, Fall Meeting (2007). (Download Slides)
- The Next Generation of the Java CoG Kit (version 4). Gregor von Laszewski, Kaizar Amin, Matt Bone, Mike Hategan, Pankaj Sahasrabudhe, Mike Sosonkin, Robert Winch, Nithya Vijayakumar, David Angulo. Best Research Poster Award at Supercomputing 2004. (Download left side, center, and right side).