Nerdworks is an association of independent software engineers headed by Dan Weston, dedicated to high quality software design and development. We specialize in making cutting-edge technology accessible to everyday people.

Here are some of the projects that we have worked on:

      eBay, Ongoing work on the iOS application for eBay, with over 50 million downloads. Responsibility for all aspects of project from feature specification through implementation to App Store submission.
Pattern Blocks application for iPhone, a game that lets you drag blocks around to create interesting designs.
Founding member of startup, Savanna Software (originally named Thetus), building distributed systems to help scientists and intelligence agencies classify and categorize rich data using semantic inference and linking.
Design and implementation work on's distributed, highly-interactive foreign currency trading web application. Work included time-critical response requirements and fault-tolerant transaction semantics.
Product planning and system design for, an online storage solution provider. Designed an XML-based web service suite to support business-to-business partners.

Intel's Common Data Security Architecture (CDSA). The Data Security group at the Intel Architecture Labs has created a comprehensive cross-platform industry standard for cryptographic services.

 In-flight information system for smaller corporate aircraft. This system creates GPS-driven moving map displays as well as supporting MPEG and VCR movie playback for in-flight briefings.

 Computer-aided chemistry for personal computers. The CAChe system brings the power of computational chemistry, previously reserved for workstations, to affordable personal computers, with no compromise in functionality.

Dan Weston's resume

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