About

My name is Bruce Berriman. I am an astronomer and computer scientist at the Infrared Processing and Analysis Center, California Institute of Technology.  I will be blogging about astronomy computing topics that interest me, primarily scalable astronomy applications; the application of new technology to astronomy, especially cloud computing; software sustainability; and advances on software project management.

3 Responses to About

  1. Your blog is an excellent resource. I’m very much interested in what you’re writing about.

  2. Soren Wagner says:

    Hello, I’m writing you in regards to a blog, which I help maintain, Jot101 (http://www.jot101.com) – A jot is a piece of information, short or long – found or researched.

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    You can find your link on the righthand column about half-way down the page. Any replies are certainly welcome.

    Cheers!
    Soren Wagner

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