Note: This page is woefully out of date and is slated to be re-written soon.
I’m Chris Bunch, and I’m spread out across so many things that I don’t know which one I’d mention first. I’ve recently graduated from Cal State Northridge with a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science and a Minor in Math, and I work on campus doing Identity Management for IT. I also do coding to help out a professor of Business and Economics, and am researching a number of interesting things as a member of CARNAGE.
I enjoy less well known programming languages, especially those that notably break the curve as far as programming languages go these days. I’m proficient in Java and C, good in OCaml, decent in Perl and MATLAB, and I hope to pick up Haskell soon (although the work with CARNAGE will probably force me to pick up SISAL 2.0 first).
I’m also a graduate student at the University of California at Santa Barbara, going for my Ph.D. in Computer Science with an Emphasis in Cognitive Science.
Don’t be a stranger! Drop a comment off if you like the work done here (or even if you don’t) and I’ll do my best to keep it up (or work on it).