Backrecord is a hobby project by Matt and Jamie
Uses computers, thinks maths and observes finance.
Thinks maths, uses computers and is (formerly) above finance.
Matt Howlett previously developed optimization software systems for the mining industry in Australia. He holds a 1st class
honours degree in Physics from the University of Tasmania, for which he was also awarded a University Medal.
Dr James Lefevre currently holds a university research position. He has a PhD in Mathematics from the University
of Queensland and was a medal winner in the
1994 International Mathematics Olympiad.
30 Duxton Road
Note: the best way to reach us is email.
Backrecord makes use of the following technology:
- C# / .NET - still too good to move away from and now we don't even want to.
- Mono - so we can deploy to cheap linux machines.
- LAPACK - to speed things up.
- CUDA - to speed things up and make us confused.
- Redis - because we wanted to try it out.
- NHiredis - because we didn't like the API of the incumbent.
- NPlot - because Matt wrote it, back in the day.
- nanomsg - compelling even in alpha.
- Nginx - seemed like the thing to do.
- Git - because often someone's overly inflated head is perfectly well justified.
Mono version: 18.104.22.168 (Debian 22.214.171.124-1ubuntu2.3)