Group: Software Developers
Definition: Individuals in Bath who are involved in all areas of software development, including programming, writing code and contributing to open source software projects.
Reasons for selecting: We rely on the work of software developers on a daily basis to communicate, relax, create and generally get things done using computers and other technology. As part of a worldwide community, software developers shape our experiences of the world and we might only notice what they do when things go wrong or don’t work as we expect. By bringing together the software developers of Bath, we look forward to celebrating those who work both professionally and in their own time, to continue to improve the way we interact with the world.
As part of their project ‘Picture in the Paper’, artists LOW PROFILE searched for all of the people in Bath who are involved in all areas of software development, bringing them together to make a professional photographic portrait of as many people in this group as possible.
PHOTO SHOOT DATE: 16th November 2014
TIME: 16:15 – 17:30
LOCATION: BRLSI, 16-18 Queen Square, Bath, BA1 2HN
The software developers portrait was one of 18 group photographs taken in November 2014, before being published in the Bath Chronicle and then put on permanent public display, in the new Centre for the Arts at the University of Bath when it opened in February 2015.
Software Developers of Bath, gathered at BRLSI on Sunday 16th November 2014.
Left to right: Robin Zalek, Andrew Page, Andrew Nesbitt (and Felix the dog), Phil Atkin
ROLLER DERBY SKATERS | PETANQUE PLAYERS | OPEN WATER SWIMMERS | AMATEUR DRAMATICS PLAYERS | BEE KEEPERS | BOARD GAME PLAYERS | BELL RINGERS | SCOUT AND GUIDE LEADERS | NURSES | COSMETICS COUNTER STAFF | INDEPENDENT RETAILERS | CHEFS | LIVE ABOARD BOATERS | USERS OF FAIRFIELD HOUSE | COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER | GROWERS | BUSKERS | GROUP FITNESS INSTRUCTORS | MINECRAFT PLAYERS | ARTS AWARDS PARTICIPANTS | SOFTWARE DEVELOPERS