Terry Lee, Senior Software Engineer, HATLAB
PROJECT: HAT, HATLAB
What do you design?
I design security-focused systems and application architectures. I also design semantics and common data vocabularies to ease data integration between systems with different data formats and languages.
What do you create?
I create backbone servers that integrate multiple services and data sources. These integrated services are then redesigned and exposed as a unified and coherent API. I also create business processes to share data across different corporate entities.
What outputs do you have?
Smart Contract and Cryptocurrency Fund - https://www.syntera.io
A Family HomeOffice Trading Tracker - https://www.charismatic.fund
Where do we go to follow your work?
My test playground - https://www.terrylee.info
My github - https://github.com/mudspot
What inspires your work?
Anything that takes my mind off algorithms and engineering inspires. Of special interests:-
Advances in BioInformatics, Assistive Biology and Medicine. - there is a huge potential for computing science to assist in this area.
Mass Psychology - it's fascinating how people react to peer and social pressure.
Vinge Singularity - it's not a matter whether I believe in it or not. The ideas that come out of this field are very far-fetched, yet if we could extract the gems out...
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