(M.S.E. UPenn, 1989; B.S. Computer Science & Electrical Engineering, Princeton, summa cum laude, 1985)
Matthew Clark is co-founder and Chief Technology Officer for GORGES. Matt's duties include architecting hardware and software solutions, making technology decisions, managing and supporting project development, and hands-on programming.
Matt has been programming computers since high school, and has worked in the software industry for over 30 years. After beginning his career at the David Sarnoff Research Center working for RCA and General Electric, Matt has worked for several startup companies in New York City and Montreal, and consulted for AutoDesk, SPSS, and Data Description prior to founding GORGES. He knows many programming languages and frameworks, including C++, .NET, PHP, Java-JSP, and QlikView, and has developed solutions using SQL Server, Oracle, and MySQL databases.
Matt is also a published author, a patented inventor, and part-time volunteer educator at a local school introducing logic and robotics to elementary school children. His recent hobby attention is towards wearable computers, developing a half-dozen apps for the Pebble Smart Watch. Matt’s weather app was voted the best Pebble App in the first-ever contest by the leading app website. When not hacking or running marathons, Matt can be found applying his engineering talents building legos with his children.
At GORGES we are always pushing the envelope with learning new technologies, both software and hardware. One technology we are keeping an eye on is a smart watch. There are a few in the marketplace, and one of the coolest is the Pebble, and Matt has created a bunch of apps for this mobile platform.
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Technical Officer
Director Business Development
Designer, Front End Developer