Atomic Welcomes Three New Developers

In the past few months, three new developers have joined our molecule—two in Ann Arbor and one in Grand Rapids. I asked each of them to tell me a little about themselves and to share their favorite thing about Atomic Object so far.

Jordan Nelson

Jordan is a new developer in Atomic’s Grand Rapids office, where he’s been working on a project for Masterpiece Flowers.

Before joining Atomic, Jordan worked as a developer for GE Aviation. He has a B.S. in computer science from Grand Valley State University. Read Jordan’s bio to learn more.

“Since joining Atomic Object, I’ve been amazed by the level of emphasis placed on best development practices, especially on writing high-quality and maintainable code. Pair programming is a new experience for me and has helped me to quickly learn new technology stacks.”

Ross Patterson

Ross recently joined Atomic’s Ann Arbor office as a developer. He’s been working on making campground project management software for Campspot.

Earlier in his career, he worked on a wide range of development projects including RFID fleet tracking applications, oncology research information systems, and data analysis to help match patients to clinical trials. He has a B.S.E. in computer science from the University of Michigan. Read his bio to learn more.

“I’ve been surprised by the degree to which the company’s core values permeate the culture and are consistently applied to seemingly every decision-making opportunity, big and small. It’s very refreshing. I love working with smart people who care passionately about creating great software and maintaining a great company.”

William Shawn

William also joined Atomic’s Ann Arbor office as a developer. He’s been working on a project for Greenpath.

Previously, William worked as a developer for Phase 2 Interactive and Telogical Systems. He holds bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and economics from the University of Oklahoma. Read William’s bio to learn more.

“My favorite thing so far has been all of the really positive interactions with the clients. We’ve had a number of sessions now where people on both sides of the table have been really engaged and we’ve come up with some great ideas.”