Impact from Colombia, A Story of Coffee and HPC

Eduardo is a PhD student, HPC assistant admin, and a software engineer for Sylabs.

Posted by @vsoch · 1 min read

24 October 2019

Eduardo works remotely from Colombia, and impressively spans the space between academia and industry as both a PhD student and software engineer for Sylabs. In this episode of RSE Stories, we discuss remote life, the interesting lifecycle of software that moves from academia to industry and back, and some of the challenges for the upcoming year for both open source and HPC.

Eduardo’s “working buddy” is one of his favorite features about remote work.

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RSE Phenotype

Eduardo Arango created an RSE Phenotype, a simple plot to show the dimensions that help to define their work, and the communities they are defined for using the RSE Phenotype Generator