Andrew Ziegler was a Research Engineer at Curalate. He graduated in 2009 from the University of California, Berkeley with a BA in Computer Science; and in 2012 received an MS in Computer Science from the University of California, San Diego. He is passionate about applying his knowledge of computer vision and machine learning to real world problems. He straddled academia and industry for several years working at places like Sony, Google, Qualcomm, and Georgia Tech. In 2015 he made the final leap to industry with Curalate and is currently enjoying building real systems. When he's not researching computer vision or writing software he enjoys cooking, photography, and billiards.andrewmziegler
Posts by Andrew Ziegler
At Curalate we’ve moved towards a microservice architecture with each service living in its own git repository. For the most part, we’ve standardized the way we build our Scala projects using Apache Maven to manage dependencies and compilation. This is convenient since any Curalady / Curalad can clone one of our repos and typeRead More Apr 29, 2016
mvn installat the root with the expectation that everything will compile successfully on the first try. We wanted this same ease of use for our Scala projects that needed access to native libraries and this post explains how we obtained it.