We will discuss what technology choices local software companies are making for their strategic ventures, why they have chosen them, and where they see the future of development technologies heading.
Space Dynamics Lab
Senior Software Engineer
Senior Software Engineer
A software engineer with over 14 years of experience building successful products on agile teams. Josh enjoys solving problems around scale, reliability, deployment, performance, and team processes. Josh currently works for Olo, enabling the interface between restaurants and the on-demand world.
Nate Farnsworth has been in software development for 18 years, working in the public, private, financial, military, and space sectors on projects ranging from small prototypes to large-scale enterprise systems. Some of his favorite past projects include a military ERP system that is in wide deployment in the US Army, an avionics diagnostic system that is used by multiple fighter jet programs in the US Air Force and Navy, and an online FPS mod that has been actively played and maintained for over 15 years. In his current position at Space Dynamics Lab, Nate has been involved in satellite flight and ground systems, enhancing existing systems for scalability and functionality, and leading efforts to design and implement new software for satellite mission planning and autonomous operations.
Darrel Brown has been obsessed with computers since he first played Frogger on his uncle's 8086 PC. Since then he's graduated from USU with a degree in Electrical Engineering and worked on applications for GIS, robotics, embedded software, networking, case management systems, and single-page web applications. In his current role, he works as a Senior Software Engineer at Centeva.
Joseph is a software engineer at Lightning Kite specializing in both Android and iOS. He has been deeply interested in library and API development, creating several large libraries that Lightning Kite has been using in production apps, including LK-Kotlin and Khrysalis. He has also previously owned and developed automation software for a VR arcade
RB Whitaker has been in the software development industry for over 13 years. He is currently the tech lead for ASI's Mobius software used in their autonomous vehicles. In his spare time, you will find him reading a good technical book, programming games with friends for fun, or working on the 4th edition of his introductory C# programming book, The C# Player’s Guide.
Utah State University
Autonomous Solutions Inc. (ASI)
Founder / CEO
ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEMS INC
CEO EP Systems
SILAC Insurance Company
Vice President of Development and Delivery
Pulse For Good
Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University
Corporate Relations Specialist