As a Lead Developer, Matthew has played a key role over the last decade in designing and developing the database-driven systems that Dayspring prepares for its clients. He also keeps his eye on the latest advances in software architecture and particularly enjoys designing software solutions that are innovative and elegant for problems that haven’t been approached before.
Before joining Dayspring, Matthew developed software as a Naval Architect at a commercial ship design and engineering firm in the Bay Area. The software he developed is still used by ship’s officers to safely maximize the cargo carried.
Matthew holds a BS in Naval Architecture from the Webb Institute. Matthew lives in San Francisco with his family. He has been known to take vacation time to build and refurbish stringed instruments and hopes eventually to build a kayak.
I go to work each morning hoping to write software that takes care of some of the drudgery for other people at their jobs.