Justin R. Erenkrantz Where do you want to go today?

Places to Go

Look, Play, Laugh, Live, Connect, Hear, Move, Listen, Think.

Quick links

Dissertation, Publications, Talks (OSCON, ApacheCon/Other), CV, Weblog, PGP.

Snapshot of Justin Erenkrantz

Meet me at: FOSDEM, ApacheCon NA, ICSE 2013, OSCON

Follow me on: Twitter, Facebook

Who I am

Currently, I am employed by Bloomberg.

Previously, I was employed by VDIO (aka Project WBS) as well as Joost.

In 2009, I received my PhD from the University of California, Irvine in the Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences. My research interests are in software engineering - specifically REST-based software architectures. My PhD dissertation was entitled "Computational REST: A New Model for Decentralized, Internet-Scale Applications". My advisor was Richard Taylor.

I am also a member of The Apache Software Foundation. From 2005 until 2010, I served as a Director of the Foundation. From 2007 until 2010, I served as President of the Foundation. I have contributed to the development of the Apache HTTP Server, Apache Portable Runtime, and flood. Along with Greg Stein, I wrote the Serf client library. I've also been known to dabble in Subversion development.

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