A little about joshr:

Josh worked at NASA Ames Research Center in California from 1991 to 1996. He has been presented with three awards from NASA: a Certificate of Recognition in 1996, a Group Achievement award in 1996, and a Recognition of Achievement in 2003.

In July of 2004 Josh's article "Indexing Arbitrary Data with SWISH-E" (pdf) was published in the Proceedings of the 2004 Annual USENIX Technical Conference. A less advanced article on the same subject entitled "How To Index Anything" was published in the July, 2003 edition of Linux Journal.

Josh presented at the 2004 North American Yet Another Perl Conference in Buffalo, New York June 16-18, 2004 and presented and was published at the Annual USENIX Technical Conference in Boston June 27th- July 2nd 2004.

You can see information about his recent publications and talks here and here.

Josh was publisher of SkateboardDirectory.com 1999-2007. Josh worked at Cnet 1999 through 2001 as a Senior Software Engineer; preceding that until August 1999 he was Senior Server Engineer at NetObjects where he worked on the NetObjects Authoring Server. Before that he worked on threaded servers on what many consider the first online stock quote website, and preceding that he worked for five years as a Systems Analyst at NASA Ames, where he contributed to projects including WebTagger (see paper) and Hyperman, and the ARNIE learning engine.

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