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Tyler Clark has joined the EERC as a Software Developer, where he develops new and improves existing web-based and desktop software solutions for the EERC and its clients. His main areas of interest and expertise are web development, application development, and database programming. He looks forward to designing and creating mobile applications for the Software Solutions Group.

“One thing that interests me the most about my job at the EERC is that there are different kinds of projects that are all happening at once, giving us all something unique to do,” Tyler said, “but the best thing I like about my job here is how friendly and approachable everyone is.” 

Tyler holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Science from the University of North Dakota, where he previously worked as a Research Assistant in the development of a web-based geographic information system (GIS) application to help researchers visualize West Nile virus occurrence and trends across North Dakota. 

Tyler gained an early interest in computers and how they work after being introduced to them by his father. As he got older, he took computer-related courses in high school and, eventually, decided to major in Computer Science. 

Tyler is originally from Grand Forks. Outside of work, Tyler is an avid learner, particularly in regard to history and space. “It is important to know our own history, so the same mistakes don’t happen again,” he said. Space intrigues him because there is so much we do not know.