C. Titus Brown

C. Titus Brown

C. Titus Brown is a graduate student in Biology at Caltech. He has worked for over 12 years in scientific computing, systems administration, and database-backed Web development. He spends much of his time thinking about how to build better computational analysis pipelines and tools for interacting with scientific data. His interest in agile testing stems from his work in writing (and maintaining) large scale genomic analysis frameworks. Titus is also the primary author of twill, a scripting language for Web browsing. He blogs regularly at advogato.org.

An Introduction to Testing Web Applications with twill and Selenium An Introduction to Testing Web Applications with twill and Selenium
by C. Titus Brown, Gheorghe Gheorghiu, Jason Huggins
June 2007
Ebook: $9.99

Webcast: Probabilistic Data Structures and Breaking Down Big Sequence Data
November 10, 2010
Many data analysis problems are not easily parallelizable, often because the relevant analyses require an all-by-all analysis step. Applying heuristics often requires approximation, which introduces errors, noise, and bias. Recently, in confronting the...