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Please see my background in [:GregNoel:my personal page]. Much of my career has focused around building tools to aid development, so I've worked a lot with compilers and "little languages" as well as the techniques to create them. As a result, I'm interested graphs and their algorithms, not only DAGs such as are used by compilers, but also less-structured graphs such as those that describe networks. This leads to a side interest in the theory of algorithms and algorithmic complexity. I'm also interested in human engineering and API design to make my tools as easy to use as possible. Please see my background in [[GregNoel|my personal page]]. Much of my career has focused around building tools to aid development, so I've worked a lot with compilers and "little languages" as well as the techniques to create them. As a result, I'm interested graphs and their algorithms, not only DAGs such as are used by compilers, but also less-structured graphs such as those that describe networks. This leads to a side interest in the theory of algorithms and algorithmic complexity. I'm also interested in human engineering and API design to make my tools as easy to use as possible.

SCons Mentors for 2007

Steven Knight

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Gary Oberbrunner

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Greg Noel

Please see my background in my personal page. Much of my career has focused around building tools to aid development, so I've worked a lot with compilers and "little languages" as well as the techniques to create them. As a result, I'm interested graphs and their algorithms, not only DAGs such as are used by compilers, but also less-structured graphs such as those that describe networks. This leads to a side interest in the theory of algorithms and algorithmic complexity. I'm also interested in human engineering and API design to make my tools as easy to use as possible.

I live in San Diego, on the west coast of the United States. It will be daylight savings time during the Summer of Code, so my timezone will be GMT-7.

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