What our clients say
Sean is a brilliant developer, and has an exceptionally deep grasp of technical topics. Sean is also very good with people, particularly explaining technical issues to non technical people.
Sean always “got it” even when he was just starting out. Anything he was involved with – was automatically a better product.
The impact of Sean’s high quality work can be felt in newsrooms all over the world, around the clock — keeping a mission-critical system that’s interconnected with hundreds of other systems running smoothly. This work in turn keeps shows on the air for billions of television viewers worldwide. That would be impressive enough if it weren’t for the fact that in addition to writing good code, and picking up additional skills needed along the way, Sean’s got an excellent sense for how people use the technology he’s working on. He’s someone who can be as comfortable pounding out code in isolation as he can be explaining complex concepts to a room of tech novices in terms they understand. This combination of skillsets gives Sean a competitive edge, and should continue to do so throughout his career. It’s a pleasure to know him and work with him.
Sean and I started at the AP on the same day 12 years ago. Simply, if I were to start a company and could only hire 1 person, Sean would be near/at the top my list of people to hire. His computer skills are only surpassed by his continued thirst for knowledge. I don’t know very many people that can figure out a new technology as fast as he can. Part of that is his superior trouble shooting skills, that lend itself to understanding how things work. He also has the ability to talk to the brainiest person in the room, but also explain the complexities of a software problem to someone who has no idea how a computer works. His work ethic is tremendous, and he would be an asset to any company.