Alex Clark has been maintaining a list of his active projects since 2013.
Alex Clark has been blogging since 2007 and enjoys writing about a variety of technical and other topics.
Written by Alex Clark and based on Plone 3.3, this book will help you learn how to create, deploy and maintain all versions of Plone. The approach presented within this book was continued through Plone 5 as part of the Plock project.
Alex Clark is a Python Web Developer from Baltimore, Maryland, USA living in Bethesda, Maryland, USA. He has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Loyola University in Maryland and has worked as a Network Engineer, Software Engineer, Systems Administrator and Technical Team Leader since May, 1998. He is also the President of DC Python, a non-profit organization he co-founded in 2008 to promote and support the use of Python software in DC.
Amy Clark brings many years of professional sales, marketing, management, administrative and financial/legal experience to the ACLARK.NET, LLC team. She facilitates the smooth and uncomplicated engagement of our services and ensures the quality, accuracy and efficiency of all ACLARK.NET, LLC client accounts.
I am an iOS Developer who has helped companies use Apple technology, including implement Apple Pay; add support for iOS 9, 10 and, 11; support new technologies like Haptic Feedback, 3D Touch, etc.; write and port applications from Objective-C and Swift; support and add new features to iOS applications written in Objective-C. Additionally, I have experience with full-stack and other technologies including: Django, Bottle, Flask, Ruby on Rails, Capistrano, Sinatra, Ansible, Chef, Fabric, PhantomJS, jQuery, Angular.js, etc.
Eric is a developer and system administrator located near Dublin, Ireland with recent experence in the fintech/payments industry. As a maintainer of the of the Pillow Project, he has experience with all levels of the Python stack. He has been working with the Python ecosystem for over 15 years.
Nathan Danielsen is a web developer with deep experience in Django, Flask, postgres, mongodb, jquery and D3. He enjoys working on complex projects involving large datasets.
Steve Barber has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science; he has been a Computer Scientist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) since 1995, where he provides infrastructure support for over 500 scientists performing various kinds of research.