Scott Francis

The Project Page
I wanted to devote a few pages to the projects I've worked on over the years. Of course, projects always get listed in resumes, but without the kind of detail that really explains what it was all about, and what you really accomplished. At the same time, I'm not interested in subjecting people to a 10-page resume! (3 is plenty, don't you think?)

So this is an opportunity for me to tell you more about what I've done, to provide links to further information about each project, or links to running software, for example. I suppose I could include screenshots and other media, but I'll just keep it simple. Check out the pages below, I've organized the projects by where I was working at the time:

Westslope Software Projects. Under the Westslope Software banner I have pursued projects with Dell and Reynolds and Reynolds, supplying expertise in configuration and development management in a high-risk environment.

Trilogy Software Projects. I started my professional career at Trilogy, and adapted to a changing technology landscape. I got my start in configuration implementations, then led implementation teams for sales applications and then for enterprise web applications, before returning to my roots to run the Configuration Development Team.

Stanford Projects. While at Stanford I worked on a number of school projects, but the interesting project was one that I took on for the Stanford Linear Accelerator (SLAC) Theory Group.