I’m Mark McBride. I live and work in San Francisco, California. I’m part of the Product Development team at Roche and leading a team that spans San Francisco, Basel, London, and Toronto. It’s a crazy, complex, and humbling space, but I love it. Way back, I graduated from West Point with a degree in computer science and spent several years as an Army officer in the communications branch. After the military I transitioned to the corporate world and have spent time in inventory planning, demand management, ERP lauch and sustainment, product data management, and now focus more on analysis and visualization of complex clinical study data. If you want more professional background, see below.
In my free time I travel with my wife, try to keep up with my two daughters, and tinker with my Linux-based homelab. (I prefer Fedora though I have to admit, FreeBSD is growing on me). Occasionally, I pretend to be a photographer. A few years back I bought a Canon 5D and it has since kept my inner geek occupied with seemingly endless permutations for how any one photo could be captured. My current obsessions mostly revolve around audiophilia and mechanical keyboards.
- Email - firstname.lastname@example.org is the best way to contact me
- Twitter - Like something you read on here? Share the link and mention @markmcb
- IRC - I’m usually idling on Freenode with the nick markmcb
- You’ll find me on Facebook and other social media too, but no promises if you try to catch me on those
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