I am an associate professor of computer science at Harding University. Before joining Harding, I worked as a software engineer at Lockheed Martin Astronautics. I completed my Ph.D. at Old Dominion University where I developed Warrick, a tool for reconstructing lost websites; my advisor was Michael Nelson. My research interests include web archives, web crawling, web science, web search engines, and mobile application development.
View my curriculum vitae, list of publications, or blog about my work at Harding and research interests.
I live in Searcy, Arkansas, with my wife Becky and our sons Ethan and Braden. We worship at the Cloverdale Church of Christ where I serve as a Deacon. I also serve as a CASA volunteer.
My personal interests include basketball, racquetball, football, and , tennis, volleyball, weight lifting, blogging, fantasy football, and movies.
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