Like the CV says, I left my position at TRI a few months ago and started up as a Computational Physics Programmer with AECL back in the Old Country. Well, I guess the U.S. is now the Old Country; making Canada the Current Country. One of the hazards of being a dual citizen I suppose, Current vs. Old Country is all about the timing.
I enjoyed my time with TRI but this was an opportunity to grow professionally. I did my share of programming at TRI but it wasn’t my job as such. At AECL it’s all right there in the job description, and for whatever reason I was interested in trying something completely outside my experience. That, and the chance to work with clusters running my code was too good to pass up.
Unfortunately this means that visible work on NDIToolbox will probably slow down, at least in the short term. TRI continues work on the project so I’m hopeful anything they come up with will eventually make it into the open source repositories. In the meantime if you have any questions or run into any trouble feel free to contact me.