Team

Eric Pugh gravatarEric Pugh

Principal/Solr Practice Lead
Fascinated by the “craft” of software development, Eric Pugh has been heavily involved in the open source world as a developer, committer, and user. He is coauthor of Apache Solr 3 Enterprise Search Server.

+1 (434) 466-1467

@dep4b

http://www.linkedin.com/in/epugh

http://github.com/epugh

sstultsScott Stults

Founder and Solutions Architect
Scott began his career in 1995 by building a dial-up Internet Service Provider in his hometown. During the years since he has gained a wide range of IT experience from start-ups and Fortune 100 companies alike. His critical thinking and scientific approach has ensured the measurable success of a wide variety of projects. He is currently developing patterns for securing Solr deployments.

+1 (434) 409-2780

@ScottStults

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/scott-stults/0/a73/8b

Kate CanterburyKate Canterbury

Contracts and Business Development
Kate manages the contracts and business processes that make us run like a well oiled machine.

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/katharine-canterbury/9/9a/1a7

moverstreetMatt Overstreet

Solr Architect
Usability is Matt Overstreet’s mission. He has worked with Federal, Fortune 500, and small businesses to help collect, mine and interact with data. When solving a problem he synthesizes experience from a liberal arts and technical background.

+1 (804) 304-0831

@omnifroodle

dturnbullDoug Turnbull

Big Data Architect
Doug has been engrossed in programming since his parents first bought him an Apple IIe computer in 4th grade. Throughout his early career, Doug proved his flexibility and ingenuity in crafting solutions in a variety of environments. Doug’s most recent work has been in the telecom industry developing tools to analyze large amounts of cellular network traffic using C++ and Python. Doug loves learning and synthesizing this knowledge into code for users and blog posts for fellow developers.

+1 (240) 476-9983

@softwaredoug

Stackoverflow

LinkedIn

Daniel Beachdbeach-osc-avatar

Search Application Development
Daniel works at the intersection of design and programming. He enjoys building simple, functional interfaces and is passionate about search technology.

Notably, he designed and built out the front-end application for the Global Patent Search Network (gpsn.uspto.gov), which provides users a portal into 4+ million Chinese patents.

+1 (434) 262-0076

@danielbeach