IronRuby is a implementation of the Ruby programming language for the Microsoft.NET and Mono frameworks.
SourceAid provides research and citation tools and resources to students, professors, and entire institutions to help stop plagiarism across all sectors of academic communities.
I'm always involved in many projects, be it open-source software for the benefit of the greater good, or technology for new business ventures. See the GitHub project list to the right for all my open-source projects. Please contact me for any questions.
Here are my most recent projects:
I am a core team member of the IronRuby project; the implementation of the Ruby programming language for the Microsoft.NET and Mono frameworks. I've worked on various parts of the project, from engineering to evangelism.
I've been consulting with SourceAid on their new citation management offering. I'll provide more information when they announce the first preview release.
During my masters work at WPI, I worked at the AI Lab on Assistment, and web-based intelligent tutor. My role was more pragmatic than research oriented, mainly on redesigning Assistment to the user experience and technical architecture it has today. Though I'm no longer involved in the project, I'm happy to see the current team continuing to do awesome work, and I strongly suggest you evaluate it for your educational organization, your children, or even if you want to brush up on your math skills.
I write, here's where.