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.

<p>&#8220;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.&#8221; </p>

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.

<p>&#8220;I&#8217;ve been surprised by the degree to which the company&#8217;s core values permeate the culture and are consistently applied to seemingly every decision-making opportunity, big and small. It&#8217;s very refreshing. I love working with smart people who care passionately about creating great software and maintaining a great company.&#8221; </p>

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.

<p>&#8220;My favorite thing so far has been all of the really positive interactions with the clients. We&#8217;ve had a number of sessions now where people on both sides of the table have been really engaged and we&#8217;ve come up with some great ideas.&#8221; </p>