Dino Morelli

| 919-413-3112 | github

Experienced software engineer specializing in functional programming with Haskell and Scala. Strong background and experience in back-end data processing, servers and building command-line tools.



HERE Technologies (Chicago, IL, USA)

2019 Jun to present - Software Engineer (contract)

Location data transformation work using the HERE Tech Open Location Platform

Honu Apps LLC (Raleigh, NC, USA)

2014 Nov to present - Co-founder, Software Engineer

Software development consulting services

Panasonic Weather Solutions (Morrisville, NC, USA)

2011 Mar to 2018 Feb - Senior Software Engineer

Producing weather forecast products on high-performance computing

Burlington Aviation Technology School (Burlington, VT, USA)

2009 Aug to 2011 Jun - Software Engineer (contract)

Custom web-based education solutions for Avionics students

AT&T Network Security (Morrisville, NC, USA)

2007 Oct to 2009 Jun - Software Engineer (contract)

Member of the Network Security group responding to spam and copyright violation complaints

McClatchy Interactive (Raleigh, NC, USA)

2007 May to 2007 Sep - Software Engineer (contract)

Newspaper industry, web presence. Perl, Haskell programming

Qualcomm (Cary, NC, USA)

2006 Jul to 2006 Dec - Senior Software Engineer (contract)

Perl programming in Linux and UNIX environments

Network Appliance (RTP, NC, USA)

2005 Dec to 2006 May - Tools and Automation Engineer (contract)

SnapManager for Oracle group. Perl programming in Linux and
UNIX environments

Open source software development

I have been a contributor to open-source projects, mostly Haskell:
xmobar, cabal-install, darcs, TagSoup.

I created and maintain many open-source projects including: epub-tools, epub-metadata, hsinstall, uacpid, hscrtmpl, photoname. Over 50k lines of code in Haskell alone.
These projects are hosted and documented in detail on github.

I am experienced in epub creation and maintain the epub edition of
"(Nothing But) Flowers" by John G. McDaid, a Creative Commons
licensed work of fiction.


Functional Programming Principles in Scala
Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne via Coursera

Statistics 1
Princeton University via Coursera