Sean Sandys - Tyemill

Date of Presentation: 
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
Faculty Sponsor: 
David Hazel
Quarter: 
2014 Summer
Research Focus: 

SPEAKER: Sean Sandys, Tyemill
 
ABSTRACT
Sean Sandys will provide an overview of Tyemill, the company, and some of their current projects and challenges.
 
What We Do  - We build great software. We spend our days dreaming up new technology and better ways to build applications. We like big data and big challenges. We love Ruby on Rails, working together, and building beautifully simple innovations. Our line-of-business apps are specific to R&D in economics and healthcare. We think about scalability, performance, visualizations, and domain specific business requirements. We also high-five.
How We Work - Fun. Simple. Fast. Collaborative. We embrace group discourse, opinionated development, and beautiful design. Our principal elements include experimentation and risk taking. We iterate first and prefer being "done well" to being "perfect." In pursuit of the next big thing, we believe new technology and new approaches go hand-in-hand with learning as we fearlessly take on big challenges. Let's go get that whale.
Who We Are - We're headquartered in Seattle. We also rock out in New York, Tennessee, and Florida. Our teams are extremely diverse. We have people ranging from recent grads to self-taught technology extremists to industry veterans to PhDs. Our common trait is a passion for human-friendly, innovative technology. We also have a thing for foosball, playing pool, Mariners games and trying to brew our own beer.
 
BIO
Sean Sandys is a developer and partner at Tyemill. Tyemill is a technology company located in Seattle that has has been focused on building line-of-business apps are specific to R&D in economics, healthcare and bioinformatic. Before Tyemill, Sean worked at a number of different companies ranging from Microsoft and IBM to early-stage start-ups. Sean received his B.A. in Computer Science and Astrophysics from Williams College in 1994 and his PhD in Computer Science from the University of Washington in 2002.