Software Engineering Fellow
As a Software Engineering Fellow at Very and Co-Author of the Nerves Project, Justin Schneck guides Very’s engineers on work related to Nerves and uses Nerves to solve real-world problems for our clients.
- Le Tote, Principal Hardware Engineer
- LiveHelpNow, Elixir/Phoenix Developer
- Mosaic Interactive, Director of Development
- SunGuard Public Sector, Programmer Analyst II
Justin is the co-author of Nerves, an open-source platform, and infrastructure to build, deploy, and securely manage fleets of IoT devices at speed and scale. At Very, we use Nerves for embedded development and device management.
Awards & Certifications
- Core contributor to Elixir framework
- Board member, Erlang Ecosystem Foundation
- Best of Show Addy - FarmFresh iPhone App
- Gold Addy - FarmFresh iPhone App
- Sliver Addy - iFightBack iPhone App
Justin is in a constant state of wanting to make the world around him bend to his imagination. At one time he wondered how hard it would be to start his motorcycle from his phone. Rewiring the motorcycle and writing an interface was easy, but connecting it all together proved to be a challenge. A challenge that would define his career. That invisible, often impenetrable layer in the air between all the hardware in the world has become his stomping ground. Hardware is hard, so he's been working on Nerves to make it easy.
Justin has two deep water culture hydroponic systems in his office, running off Nerves, each with four plant sites. In his small garden, he grows everything from kale to green onions to rainbow carrots.