Patrick Audley is a seasoned technologist who has more than twenty years of international startup experience and a broad palette of scientific, business and computing skills. He has been instrumental to numerous tech launches, acquisitions, pivots, and exits from a string of successful startups that spans telephony, high performance computing, crowdsourcing, bioinformatics and security.
Patrick has orchestrated moving several complex high throughput systems to the cloud, among them: a social networking and marketing site that routinely supported over 10k concurrent users (2014), several scientific analysis pipelines including applications in genetics and satellite imagery analysis, and multi-continent deploys for high resiliency financial applications. Hallmarks of Patrick’s projects include minimal costs, leveraging open source and off the shelf where possible, and focussing on maximizing development team throughput.
Patrick is an active member of the local Vancouver startup and development communities and enjoys fostering new talent as well as building and shepherding companies through adventurous times. Dangle a good idea in front of him, tempt him with a cup of coffee and he’ll yak your ear off on just about any topic.
Blackcat Informatics® Inc., 2015
ABT Capital Markets Inc., 2018
Democratizing Capital Markets / Fintech
Tanka Technolgies Inc., 2017
Satellite Imagery Analysis / Global Event Correlation
MBO Inc. / Strutta, 2013
Director of Technology / CTO
University of Dundee, 2002
High Performance Computing Manager
Group Telecom, 1998
Competitive Local Telco
Founding Team / PKI and Crypto
Fast, thread safe C++ template with Least Recently Used (LRU) removal semantics. Complete with a comprehensive unit test suite. Threading features require the BOOST scientific library to be installed.
A walk through the basics of the Active Record pattern, using PHP as an example and covering how to build a simple one yourself.
This program attempts to give a TSM administrator a daily report that contains all the things that need to be periodically looked at. Wherever possible it will offer advice on how to fix problems found or attempt to resolve them itself. It will generate a nice email with the report and will modify the subject to flag and problems found so that you know when it's really important to have a peek inside the report.