Glyph Lefkowitz, lead architect of the Twisted project, is available for consulting. His services include development work, and support for Twisted, Python, and other open-source technologies. A brief work history follows.
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Created, designed, implemented, tested, and deployed Twisted internet development framework. Responsibilities include team management (19 regularly-contributing developers), marketing, high-level design, implementation, test planning, and system administration of live Twisted services.
2001 - June 2002
Participated in development of Hollyworld, an innovative and unique massively multi-player experience. Developed features for Twisted framework in support of game functionality.Origin Systems / Electronic Arts August 2000 - March 2001
Developed game system and infrastructure code for the "Ultima Online 2" project, the sequel to one of the largest role-playing games of all time. Work included development in Python and C++ on Secure Trading, an ICQ-style Chat system, and object browser development tools using a custom UI library.DCIT Corporation June 1999 - June 2000
Worked with the BusinessMind team, spearheaded a rewrite of the existing database application (a business management application for jewelers) in Java.Morgan Stanley Summer 1998
Summer Internship: Developed a web-based calendaring application for a business unit.
Twisted Network Framework, presented at the 10th International Python
``A subjective analysis of two high-level, object-oriented languages: Comparing Python to Java'' (featured on Dr. Dobbs Python-URL)
A Library of POV-Ray Images
Clarkstown South High School