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Paul M. Cray
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I am currently a machine learning specialist at APImetrics, the leading provider of intelligent API monitoring solutions. Prior to this I worked for the consulting organisation of the Europe's leading science university, and was involved in product management for a water resources management software company and telecoms strategy consulting after doing an MBA at Imperial College London. Used to work for Siemens Mobile Networks as technical sales engineer and Ericsson as a Unix systems/mobile datacoms engineer. Originally a physicist, I did a PhD at Salford in neutron scattering and worked as a physicist on the acoustic properties of bubbly fluids for the Ministry of Defence, before becoming a software engineer for a sonar company. Aspiring novelist.

Check out the Atomic Razor blog at http://atomicrazor.blogs.com. I also tweet @pmcray.
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