Prior to the existence of the internet, Robert Peake wrote games in Hypercard and posted files to BBSes using xmodem. With the advent of the web, Robert began writing interactive educational software using the CGI interface in C. As interpreted languages became popular, he shifted to PHP and began writing about how to bring software design best practices to the web. His expertise ranges from providing technical guidance for web programming books from O'Reilly to having innovative new software featured on Slashdot.
Robert is, above all, a highly creative, innovative, big-picture thinker who values practicality, elegance, and keeping his word.
He is also:
- A hands-on technologist experienced in open source architecture and LAMP stack implementation at all levels.
- An experienced manager capable of recruiting, building, and motivating top-caliber technical teams.
- A strong contributor to the open source community through regular contributions to technical publications related to software design best practices as well as source code for a variety of open source web applications.