Seth Morabito
web@loomcom.com • www.loomcom.comgithub.com/sethm

Profile

Accomplished, passionate, driven and creative programmer with solid experience solving problems at every level of the software engineering lifecycle, from requirements analysis to deployment. Strong team player with a love of the craft and a constant desire to explore, create, and solve. Comfortable on both small and large systems. Core skills center around backend software for Internet applications, object oriented design, test driven development, tool development, and API design. Never happy standing still.

Technical Skills:

  • Java
  • Ruby
  • C++ and C
  • Python
  • JavaScript
  • CoffeeScript
  • Ruby on Rails
  • UNIX tools
  • MySQL
  • PostgreSQL
  • git
  • Subversion
  • Object Oriented Design
  • Test Driven Development
  • Agile
  • Requirements Analysis
  • Deployment
  • Hacking the Gibson

Professional Experience

Principal Member

May 2015 – Present

Loom Communications LLC, Poulsbo, WA

Senior Staff Engineer

September 2013 – Present

Nominum, Redwood City, CA

Key Achievements

Built several core technologies used at Nominum to provide our N2 solutions, including ThreatAvert, Engage, and Reach.

Technologies Used

Senior Software Engineer

December 2007 – July 2013

Glyde Corporation, Palo Alto, CA

As an early employee, helped build a popular and growing Consumer-to-Consumer online marketplace with Ruby on Rails, MySQL, Apache, Varnish, RabbitMQ, and Heroku.

Key Achievements

Technologies Used

Software Engineer

May 2004 – December 2007

LOCKSS Program, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA

Software Engineer with the LOCKSS Program at Stanford University, developing an Open Source distributed digital content preservation system.

Key Achievements

Technologies Used

Software Engineer

March 2001 – March 2003

PlaceWare, Mountain View, CA

Developer on the back end of a popular web conferencing platform built on technology from Xerox PARC.

Key Achievements

Publications

Education

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY (August 1992–May 1995)
Three years toward a BA in Linguistics.