I grew up in Geneseo, New York, went off to Alfred University for a B.A. in math and physics, and then headed to the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign for an M.S. in physics. After that I moved back to the Rochester area, where I worked as a software developer at Bristol Instruments and now at Ellucian.
Aside from programming, my interests include photography, math, classical music, particle physics, typography, online privacy, and Epcot. I write articles here every once in a while.
If you want to get in touch you should email me or tweet at @bdesham.
Software I’ve written
CU Buses is an iPhone app for getting information about CUMTD, the municipal bus agency in Champaign–Urbana, Illinois.
I’ve written sundry scripts and libraries, which you can find listed on my GitHub profile. I also created biogoo, a color scheme for Vim.