Knoxville is home to a variety of software devs, many of whom also blog! Below is a snapshot of bloggers in the area.
My name is Adam Byram. I’m a software developer in Oak Ridge, TN.
I’ve been developing software professionally for over twelve
years. I’ve worked for huge corporations on billion dollar brands,
on rocket ships at cutting edge startups, and many places in
between. I was also a board member/organizer for 2014 & 2015
W. Anthony Ellison
SDE Science Lover
Michael C. Neel
Daniel Oliver is a software engineer at Radio Systems Corporation in Knoxville, TN. Daniel loves to talk about boardgames, fencing, books, the cloud and devops.
Hi I am currently a PhD candidate at the University of Tennessee. I
am passionate about scientific computing and developing software
that enables scientists. You will find on my blog that enjoy talking
about Python, numerical computing, data science, and some devops
with Kubernetes, Docker, and Ceph.
Jamie Phillips is a Software Engineer with over 11 years of experience. All that experience has been in .NET and related technologies. Over the last several years he has been focused on moving applications to the cloud.
Cameron Presley is a software engineer, boardgamer, and Microsoft MVP living in Oak Ridge, TN currently employed as an architect for Pilot Flying J where he works as a professional problem solver.
When he's not slinging code as part of his day job, Cameron can be found organizing content for the @FunctionalKnox user group, organizing Lambda Squared, and mentoring developers through Code Kickoff.
Hi, I'm Bobby. By day, I work for Intelliquip, Inc. as a User Experience
Engineer. By night, I do web design for orange daisy. I'm a co-founding
member of Knox_UX, and work with dozens of international companies in the
fluid dynamics industry to solve their UI/X problems.
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