Daniel P. Gross

I began using computers at age 4, wrote my first program by age 8, and have been doing paid software development since age 16. Since then, I've worked as a software developer individually, as well as on small and large teams. I've delivered on technical freelance projects for more than a dozen clients across a wide range of industries.

After graduating from Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Toronto, I decided to join the exciting world of bioinformatics and computational biology. I have worked on various projects, including websites for The Global Alliance for Genomics and Health and the NIH NCI Genomic Data Commons. Currently, I'm a project manager at Gene42 with a small but outstanding team developing software for clinical genetics.

In my free time, I enjoy working on hobby projects using Raspberry Pi, Arduino, C.H.I.P. computer, and basic electronics.

Otherwise, I enjoy spending time with my wonderful wife and family, reading (philosophy, religion, history), hiking, and traveling.