Jesse Barnum started writing screen savers on his Apple IIe at age 12, and immediately fell in love with computer programming. His database experience goes back to PFS:File in the early 1980s, but he started writing databases with FileMaker Pro version 2.1 in 1992. He founded 360Works in 1996, and created a niche integrating FileMaker and Java for organizations like NASA, the US Marines, and Omnicom. He has created numerous developer tools including the WooF JDBC driver and AdminAnywhere.
Jesse hosts, organizes, and frequently presents at the Atlanta FileMaker Developers group. He has been a speaker at the 2008 and 2009 FileMaker Developer Conference, the Adatasol podcast series, and FMPug chapters in numerous cities around the United States. He is certified in FileMaker 7 through 19 and is a platinum member of the FileMaker Business Alliance. At the 2009 FileMaker Developer Conference, Jesse was surprised and honored to receive the FileMaker Excellence Award for Outstanding Contribution to the FileMaker Community.
Sam is a Senior Developer at 360Works, specializing in being a jack-of-all-trades. He lives in San Francisco where he writes code, plays music, and enjoys a tasty burrito.
Lisa has been with 360Works for almost 20 years as the Office Manager handling invoices, accounting, human resources and general management. Having once been an actual 360Works client herself in the advertising industry… she was so impressed with the abilities and talent in the company that she married the President, Jesse Barnum.
Ryan is the Support Manager at 360Works. Ryan has a knack for tinkering. Whether it is computers, robots, or cars you can always find him taking something apart and putting it back together. He has a BS in Software Development and an AS in Automotive Technologies. When he isn’t providing world class support for our products you can find him under a car, building a drone, or on top of a mountain in North Georgia.
Tsiry is a Senior Developer at 360Works. His fascination with programming started in college while doing small projects. After getting his BS in Computer Science, he worked with major programming languages such as C++, Java, PHP. Previously as C++ Developer, he gained experience in coding and debugging computer programs and became familiar with chasing memory leaks in C++. He is always excited to learn new technologies. Outside of work, he likes cooking, playing basketball and doing outdoor activities.
Warren is our Client Services Manager and a graduate of Emory University. Originally from Peru, Warren is fluent in Spanish and loves to travel. He is an avid fan of Atlanta sports teams, enjoys adventures in the city, and has a penchant for replicating cuisine he stumbles across online. On the weekends you can find him running all over the city with the Atlanta Track Club or going through an OCR/Obstacle Course Race like the Savage or Spartan.
Josh is a Junior Software Developer with an associates in Web Design and Development and a Bachelor’s in Psychology from Georgia State University. When not at work, he likes to spend his time playing with new tech, hiking, watching or reading anything sci-fi and picking apart poetry.
Adam is an apprentice software developer with a bachelor’s in Biology. He got his first taste of programming in high school creating tic tac toe and card games with Visual Basic, but decided to go into Market Research as a career. Almost 8 years later he rediscovered his love of coding through MERN stack web development and decided to pivot into the software world, and he’s never been happier. When he’s not knee deep in code, he loves to hike, swim, game, and thinking up creative ways to outsmart his DM in D&D.
Matthew Ingraham is a Junior Developer that started as a hobby in 2009 working with Ruby in RPG Maker. While attending College for a BS in Game Software Development he spent several years working with various indie studios doing Game Programming in Unity with C#. After graduation, he transitioned to Full Stack Development with Angular and Java. He likes collecting vintage games and systems when he isn't cooking for his wife.
Fatima is an Apprentice Software Developer who attended Georgia Tech where she earned her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering. After graduating, she worked as a rotational engineering employee where her last rotation was focused on writing automation test scripts in Python. From there, she completed a Backend SQL and DevOps with Python/Web Development bootcamp. In her free time, she loves to hang out with her family/friends, catch up on Netflix shows, try new foods, and partake in some fun outdoor activities!
Patricia is an Apprentice Software Developer who graduated from the University of Washington. She is a software engineering bootcamp graduate with a background in business solutions and software support. When not at work, she enjoys learning about new technologies, spending time with family, snuggling her dogs, and exploring Atlanta and beyond.
Solomon is an Apprentice Software Developer who graduated from Kennesaw State University with a Bachelor's of Science in Computer Game Design. In his spare time, Solomon develops indie games and composes music, going by the name SoloCap Games. As an indie developer, Solomon picked up interest in all aspects of software, from UI and UX design to more technical features like AI and database systems. When not sitting in front of his computer, Solomon enjoys walking, hiking, and playing card games with friends.