Software in Medical Devices, a blog by MD101 Consulting

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About me

Hello my name is Mitch.
I'm a former software developer. I switched to project management and quality stuff after years of coding and architecture. I left behind me a lot of C++ lines and a few of C#, which seem to work well since then. My favorite domains at that time were object-relational mapping, and database integration with geographic information systems.
Now I work on medical devices and I want to promote the need of structured development process in the frame of constrained environment of medical devices standards and regulations. IEC 62304 is the main course to people who are keen on having the menu. ISO 14971 and ISO 13485 are perfect side dishes, and IEC 62366 and IEC 60601-1 are my favourite deserts.

If you want a more official résumé, please have a look at my linkedin profile.

Published on Friday 11 November 2011 by Mitch