Jeremy Taylor has been immersed in enterprise software technology since 2010 and began his adventures with Clojure in 2014.
Following 7 years of pre-sales work within IBM’s ecommerce software applications business, Jeremy shifted gears to pursue a technology-centric domain and embrace the world of open source software.
Jeremy is passionate about the use of Clojure for augmenting human intellect and has made contributions to DataScript in pursuit of this goal.
Jeremy believes that planning is the central problem of human communication in general, and therefore he is very interested in technologies that provide first-class temporal representations of data.
Jeremy has a lot of experience in the ecommerce domain and has been involved as a key team member throughout the lifecycle of implementation projects: from first meetings to vendor platform selections, to design workshops, to delivery, to go-live, and finally to customer success / technical account management. He believes that ecommerce is a highly-complex domain that is ripe to embrace leading-edge tools like Clojure.
Jeremy has represented IBM’s ecommerce technologies at trade shows and within major IBM clients.