Matt’s software philosophy is to stay focused on identified business needs and to avoid spending time on over-engineered solutions. He and his team craft understandable, maintainable code that does what it needs to do. He has developed skill at this over a 10 year career in the software industry serving a variety of happy clients.
In his work as a consultant for Cyrus, Matt experienced first-hand the value of highly agile, collaborative, and democratic software development teams. In 2014 he co-founded Position Development with the mission of making a more democratic company.
Through his network of leftist and progressive media makers, Matt has developed a niche for Position as the foremost provider of ecommerce and custom web-application development for independent media.
Cassie’s priority is writing high quality software for organizations doing important work. In her free time, she volunteers for Sadie Nash Leadership Project and Code Cooperative. Cassie started at Position Development as an apprentice in 2015.
Libby is a software developer with an interest building excellent, sustainable technical infrastructure for growing organizations. In 2014, she received a grant to study at the Recurse Center, which allowed her to move from her home state of West Virginia to NYC. For the past three years, she’s been maintainer of several open source Haskell libraries as well as the Wayland platform for magazines. Libby has also spoken at conferences and technical meetups including Allied Media Conference, !!Con, Haskell Users Group, EMPEX LA, Abstractions, and Monadic Party.
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