We are happy to welcome Jamison to the team as a cloud engineer.
Jamison specializes in building scalable solutions for storing and accessing large geospatial datasets in the cloud. NASA is on track to collect more terabytes of data in 2022 than all the imagery collected during the preceding 10 years, combined! The challenge to process, manage and make available all this imagery is monumental. It requires building a cloud infrastructure that is robust and extensible. At Development Seed we are meeting this challenge head-on by bringing some of the most talented cloud engineers onto our team. Jamison is part of the team that ensures science users can find and access earth observation data in the cloud for projects, in partnership with the NASA IMPACT team, including the Multi-Mission Algorithm and Analysis Platform.
Before joining Development Seed, Jamison worked as a contractor to the USGS Earth Resources Observation and Science (EROS) data center where the Landsat archive is managed. He worked on the Landsat Sentinel Archive and Access team to store, catalog, and generate SpatioTemporal Asset Catalog (STAC) records for Landsat Collection 2 products in the cloud.
Additionally, Jamison worked to make data accessible to the public through applications and APIs. He is experienced in front-end work as well, especially with Vue, Angular, and React.
Jamison holds a B.S. in computer science with a minor in studio arts from South Dakota State University. When not at work, he enjoys cycling, drawing, and maintaining his collection of household plants.
Jamison on a recent trip to San Francisco, CA.