A Practical Field Guide to Open-Source Software Development in the EPANET World

Thursday, June 7
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Lakeshore C

In this informal workshop-style session, participants will:
- learn the basics of online software collaboration
- connect with the EPANET development community
- find and fix bugs
- have their code merged into the project
- gain confidence in interacting with other developers

Presenters:
Sam Hatchett, CitiLogics
Katherine Klise, Sandia National Lab
David Hart, Sandia National Lab

Sam Hatchett

CTO
CitiLogics

Sam is the technical lead for CitiLogics' software development projects marketed to the water industry. He has deep knowledge of software development practices, database systems, and engineering analysis techniques; these skills generate new, more efficient, and often unexpected ways for CitiLogics’ clients to realize their goals. Sam is a member of American Mensa and the Order of the Engineer. He is fluent in several computer languages, and writes software for recreation. He has held advisory positions in regional theatre organizations, and has served as technical advisor to a nonprofit community arts foundation. Sam’s primary role at the moment is as CTO of CitiLogics and as the EPANET software lead for OpenWaterAnalytics, a fledgeling open-source software foundation.

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Kate Klise

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David Hart

Senior Member of Technical Staff
Sandia National Laboratories

David Hart is a Senior Member of Technical Staff at Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He earned his degree in Computer Science from Utah State University and is finishing a degree in Industrial Mathematics at New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology. He has worked on water security for the past nine years, and has also worked on geostatistical modeling, groundwater flow modeling, parameter inversion and optimization research.

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