Video: Tales of a DSL-Maker
Shawn Hartsock works with the SaaS Tempo framework, which offers data capture services and clinical study management services to organizations that are trying to submit items for FDA (Food and Drug Administration) approval. The biggest challenge in Hartsock's industry is that developers can't make changes on a rolling basis when it comes to FDA approval. That's where the flexibility of SaaS comes in handy. At Clinipace, Hartsock creates Domain Specific Languages for researchers.
Shawn Hartsock is a senior software engineer at Clinipace. He's been working with a lot of different stacks including LAMP, C, and Ada. Previously Hartsock worked with the US Dept. of Defense and now he works for clinical research organization.
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