Over the years I’ve done a few things of note. Here’s a quick run down:
- I develop an Open Source project management and issue tracker called Emperor.
- I’m an Engineering Manager at Twitter, managing the Observability Product Team. We make internal monitoring and visualization tools for Twitter’s services.
- I was the VP of Operations Infinity Interactive.
- I used to be the Assistant Vice President, Technology at Magazines.com. I oversaw the transition from an old CGI-based system to a modern perl implementation.
- Creator of Chart::Clicker.
- Creator of many perl packages.
- Committer and active member of the Catalyst community. I’ve added features and fixed bugs for a few plugins.
- Committer and active member of the DBIx::Class community. Patched a few bits here and there and added features.
- Committer and Member of the Moose community.
- Kernel patch for printk() constants: Linus’ Announcement for 2.5.31
- Patch to gnome-terminal to fix SIGSEGV (commited, but then release coordinator Kjaartan Marass forgot to give me credit): Mail to gnome-devel-list
- Patch to Lincoln Stein’s GD module for Alpha-channel support: 2.11 Release
- Attempted Bugzilla CSS patches, but got sick of the massive amount of work involved to get some simple progress made. Looks like some of my work evolved into later patches: Bug 69654
- Developed Loggerithim for internal use at a $job. Might redo it some day: SourceForge page
- Released GCDB, a billing system for ISPs which was featured in a short article in Linux Journal. I stopped working on it long ago, but I still get the occasional email. There was a small community around it for a few months.
- Oldest mention of my nickname (gphat) May 5, 1997: SSL Newsletter
I write lots of software. Here’s a collection of junk I’ve released that I’ll probably never touch again:
- Spoke - A POC for a ‘dynamic’ Java web framework.
- Class::Mapper - A Hibernate style ORM for Perl
- Telemetry - A web-based data visualization system that I had high aspirations for. Currently languishing in the doldrums.
- Loggerithim - A system monitoring application.
Duke Montelroy! I put this here because google had no search results for Duke Montelroy.