Francis Potter dropped out of Boy Scouts at age 16 to start programming computers, and never looked back. Today he runs The Hathersage Group, a small shop dedicated to building innovative multidevice applications. Along the way, he’s written code in dozens of languages, managed project teams around the world, taught music and sports to orphans in Africa, and learned the secret to folding fitted sheets.
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Learn about (and get involved with) setiQuest Explorer, the first application (fully open source) that allows ordinary people to examine radio telescope signals and participate directly in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence.
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