New additions to the Nonlinear development team

We are always on the lookout for new talent to join the Nonlinear team and recently we’ve been lucky to welcome some new recruits.

Our development team has been expanded with the addition of 3 new software developers, who are all settling into the team very well.

Development Recruits

Left to right – Joel Rein; Ian Reah; Dr Ian Morns (development manager) and Steven Anderson

Joel Rein has relocated from Townsville, Australia where he was working for the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority developing some in-house applications and also working on the Sightings Network which tracks wildlife on the reef. He has definitely moved the furthest of anyone that has ever worked for Nonlinear, so we are delighted to have him on board.

Ian Reah had slightly less distance to travel, and the journey was certainly familiar as he worked for Nonlinear in the past developing the Progenesis SameSpots software. His last role, before returning to Nonlinear, was in financial software development on windows desktop and web applications. He is now back working on the Progenesis range, but this time developing the Progenesis LC-MS and CoMet software. We are very happy to have him back in the team. Smile

And last, but definitely not least, Steven Anderson has also joined the development team. He has a wide range of experience including the development of a social network for gamers and a price comparison site invented by Oxford mathematicians. Steven is also studying for a  Physics degree with the Open University, which is helping him get to grips with the science part of the job.

As you can see, we have added some great experience to the Nonlinear development team, but our search for new developers doesn’t end here. We are always interested to hear from software engineers who would like to find out more about working for Nonlinear. If you think you might be interested, then please visit our website for more information. You never know, you could also be appearing in a future blog post!

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