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 Project News
 MyPBS 0.8.4 Released
  - Fri, 07 Apr 2006
 Online MyPBS Demo is Now Available
  - Wed, 29 Mar 2006
 MyPBS 0.8.1
  - Thu, 16 Mar 2006
 Development Process
  - Mon, 26 Sep 2005
 MyPBS Future Development
  - Mon, 20 Jun 2005
 Release in the next 2 weeks.
  - Mon, 20 Jun 2005
 Progress
  - Fri, 22 Apr 2005
 Working on release
  - Fri, 25 Mar 2005
 Development
  - Sun, 05 Dec 2004
 MyPBS-0.6.0 released
  - Wed, 01 Sep 2004
 
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Glen Beane
Glen Beane Glen Beane, M.S. Glen is a software engineer at The Jackson Laboratory (www.jax.org) in Bar Harbor, Maine where he specializes in High Performance Computing. Glen is one of the co-designers of the MyPBS system architecture, and has authored much of the Perl back end. Glen is a previous employee of the University of Maine Advanced Computing Research Lab
 
Tristan McCann
Tristan McCann www.explodingdog.com
I am the Cluster Rocketeer.
 
Christopher Vaughan
Christopher Vaughan Chris Vaughan graduated from the University of Maine at Orono in the Management Information Systems program in Dec '05, he has been working on MyPBS since Feb '04 and has taken on responsibility for the projects continued development.
 
Eric Wages
Eric Wages Eric Wages is the Operations Manager at the COLSA's Hypersonic Missile Technology Research and Operations Center (www.colsa.com), the world's largest Apple-based cluster, dubbed MACH5. Eric is responsible for overseeing all day-to-day activities surrounding operational issues of all high-performance computing resources at the COLSA HMT-ROC, including technical and personnel issues. Eric is a previous employee of the University of Maine Advanced Computing Research Lab where he co-authored MyPBS with Glen Beane. Eric holds a B.S. in Computer Engineering from the University of Maine in Orono, Maine.
 
Justin Bronder
Justin Bronder Justin Bronder is a M.S. candidate in Mathematics at the University of Maine, with an anticipated graduation date of August 2006. While his thesis work focus's on utilizing elliptic curves for cryptology and primality testing, at the ACRL he is developing a high-performance memory manager for OS X. When reading kernel source get to be too much, he also plays with MyPBS.
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Research Lab.