Psellos
Contemporary Development With Functional Programming

About Psellos

After years of programming in many languages, we’re convinced of the value of modern functional programming languages like OCaml, Haskell, and F#. Psellos is a place for us to organize our ongoing programming projects, consulting, and anything else we find interesting.

Send email to psellos@psellos.com.

Jeffrey A. Scofield, PhD

Dr. Scofield is responsible for all but the Cocoa Touch interface layer of the Cassino iPhone app. His interests include programming language design and implementation, type systems, and user interface design.

At DHI Technologies he was a system architect and OCaml developer, implementing a type system for statically detecting flaws in JavaScript programs. At LSI Logic Storage Systems he was an architect of user interfaces for storage management. At Syntax Systems, Inc. he was a designer and C developer of a multi-protocol NAS system and its user interface.

As a founder of Cedar River Software, he was a designer and developer of Unix device drivers, file servers, and other software systems. He helped to design and teach a Unix and C programming course for many years.

Dr. Scofield holds a Doctorate in Computer Science from the University of Washington. His dissertation proposed a unified user interface framework for distributed object-oriented systems.

You can reach Dr. Scofield at jeffsco@psellos.com.

Richard L. Garner, PhD

Dr. Garner is responsible for the Cocoa Touch interface layer of the Cassino iPhone app. His interests include programming language design and implementation, and system architectures and design.

At DHI Technologies he was the Vice President of Engineering as well as a system architect and OCaml developer. He was a Senior Engineer at LSI Logic Storage Systems where he was in charge of the development of the LSI Logic NAS offering. Prior to that, he was Vice President of Engineering at Syntax Systems, responsible for its core NAS product as well as the graphical interface used to administer that product.

As a founder of Cedar River Software, he was a designer and developer of Unix device drivers, file servers, and other software systems. He helped to design and teach a Unix and C programming course for many years.

Dr. Garner holds a Doctorate in Computer Science from the University of Washington. He studied techniques for analyzing queueing network models of computer systems for his dissertation.

You can reach Dr. Garner at rlgarner@psellos.com.

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