About Dianne Marsh
Dianne Marsh, co-founder of SRT Solutions, has deeply rooted expertise in software programming and technology, including manufacturing, genomics decision support and real-time processing applications. Dianne works with Unix, Windows, Java, C#, and C++ in enterprise-level applications, and has deep experience with a variety of graphical user interface libraries. A member of Women Presidents Organization, Dianne is also active in CodeMash and various Java user groups. She earned her Master of Science degree in computer science from Michigan Technological University.
I will be out of town, but Nathan Dotz of Detroit Labs has graciously offered to help manage the Ann Arbor Scala Enthusiasts Group. The
Read more >> Scala User Group to meet May 15 at 6 pm
One of my favorite topics is career management. I like to remind those that I mentor that they need to be in charge of
Read more >> New Adventures: Managing (my) career …
Interested in learning more about Scala? Please join us on Wednesday night at 6 pm. We’ll have an introduction to Scala, demonstrate how sanity can
The Ann Arbor Scala Enthusiasts are on meetup and that allows me to post a poll regarding what folks would like for the March 20
Read more >> Ann Arbor Scala Enthusiasts March 20 meeting
I’m here in Crested Butte, Colorado, for the annual Java Posse Roundup. Of course, the Java Posse delivers the podcast that keeps programmers on the
Read more >> Annual trek to Java Posse Roundup
Scala is a programming language that provides us with modern features and less boilerplate than Java. Why not use it for new development?
Read more >> Scala as a new library for Java?
Single page gurus Brian Genisio and Dennis Burton teamed up with SRT’s creative staff John Lucas and Anthony Williamson to build Choose Your Own Application
Read more >> Adventures with Single Page Apps
I’m always excited to attend the Java Posse Roundup, but this year more than ever! The Roundup is in its 7th year (if I’ve done
Read more >> Looking forward to Java Posse Roundup 2013
At the inaugural Ann Arbor Scala Enthusiasts meeting, attendees showed interest in some hands-on hacking. So, for the next meeting, on Wednesday, February 20, that
Read more >> Scala Enthusiasts survey and February meeting
Last week was the 7th annual CodeMash conference. I can’t believe that less than 8 years ago, we started talking about creating this conference …