Hi, I’m Adam.
I’m an engineer who does system administration and tool development for high-performance computing clusters (“supercomputers”). My major interest is in scientific computing, and how HPC and cloud computing can enable better capabilities for science (i.e., better performance), make it easier to accomplish computing goals (i.e, better tools), and enable better access to HPC resources for scientists working at small scales (cloud!). I’m also interested in how DevOps practices can be applied to HPC clusters and “general-use” computing facilities.
You can find me online at…
- Twitter, for short thoughts both serious and whimsical;
- Google+, where I share a lot of articles or longer-form thoughts;
- Github, where I occasionally share some code and other technical content;
- Goodreads, if you’re curious what I’m reading (lots of science fiction, fantasy, and tech books);
- LinkedIn, if you want to know what I’m up to in my professional life;
- And Thinking Out Loud, this blog, which mixes technical notes, longer-format content, and occasional random fun.
Or you can send me an email at email@example.com. (Please feel free to do this: I like meeting new people!)
Odds and Ends
- Public Projects, from both grad school (papers, thesis) and HPC (mostly code)
- Some book recommendations
- My Resumé, which is slightly nicer to look at than LinkedIn.
- PGP/GPG Public Key for verified or secured email communication. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, here’s a little more information on contacting me securely.