Database, desktop and web application software development for natural history collection management and plant diversity research.
My current focus is with the development of BRAHMS desktop software and BRAHMS online. BRAHMS is database management software for preserved and living natural history collections, taxonomic research and biogeographic study. It is used to manage botanic gardens, seed banks, herbaria and other museum based natural history collections, images and literature. Read more about BRAHMS: https://herbaria.plants.ox.ac.uk/bol/
BRAHMS online allows you to design websites and manage your data and images online for curation and/or research use. Websites can be created for museums, herbaria, botanic gardens, seed banks, taxonomic groups and imagery.