Dr. Jason Stajich is an Assistant Professor at the University of California, Riverside in the Department of Plant Pathology and Microbiology and IIGB. He completed his graduate work at Duke University in the program in Genetics and Genomics and a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of California, Berkeley and the Miller Institute. He has been a BioPerl developer since 2000 was President of Open Bioinformatics Foundation 2005-2011.
Jason is the primary architect of the Bio::SearchIO, Bio::TreeIO, PopGen modules systems. He contributes to the Gbrowse system and as a Core developer helps coordinate aspects of releasing the different software packages and initiated the migration of the BioPerl documentation into this wiki. He worked on the (now) defunct BioCORBA project as well as a first iteration of BioPerl db as well as various minor EnsEMBL, Pedigree plotting, and hacking while a programmer at the Center for Human Genetics from 1999-2001.
- Bioperl talks and tutorials I've given (link to be updated)
- Tutorials linked on the BioPerl site
- My keynote at BOSC 2005 (link to be updated)
- My state of BioPerl at BOSC 2002 (link to be updated)
- Links to more tutorials (somewhat overlapping)
- My 2005 Perlcast interview
- 2009 TWiT FLOSS podcast along with Chris Fields
- Our Fungal Genomes Blog and Fungal Genome Wiki
- My personal blog and twitter accounts @hyphaltip @stajichlab @fungalgenomes @bioperl (with others) @obf_news (with others)