Welcome to GriffinScribe, LLC!
GriffinScribe is comprised of a team of skilled and competent Clojure/ClojureScript developers (among a variety of other programming languages), who are ready to assist you in developing your next awesome Single-Page Application or Mobile App. Looking to launch your new product? Tired of not being able to find the open-source, pure-Clojure implementation of a specific encryption scheme? Look no further; GriffinScribe, LLC is ready to meet your needs.
We've released Recap, an automatic-speech recognition (ASR) system to automatically generate captions/transcripts for your favorite mobile short video clips and longer clips like that documentary you just got put in charge of for work. This tech stack is built with Clojure(Script), and Flutter.
In addition to our multi-platform mobile and web app Recap, we're looking to create open-source Clojure libraries for S/MIME and PGP technology and certificate validation, and some communication schemes powered by RSA and Diffie-Hellman protocols (written in Clojure, of course).
We admire the mission statement of a research lab at Brigham Young University. "Broadly speaking, we are interested in making the Internet more secure, using technology that is easy for everyone to use" (https://internet.byu.edu/), and we are striving to make that a reality for developers and end-users of the Clojure language.
Some of our recent open-source contributions includes one of the first libraries written in pure Clojure (no external dependencies used) for the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), which can be used to help ensure encrypted/private communications and file storage. See https://github.com/GriffinScribe-LLC/clojure-aes
We are also looking to implement various HASH and HMAC computations as an open source Clojure library. There's some really interesting research being done by computer scientists and professors regarding Transport Layer Security (TLS helps makes web connections secure), and given the stability and awesomeness of the Clojure language, we would love your financial support to develop these Clojure-implemented algorithms to make the internet a more secure and safe place.
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Contact the founder at https://www.linkedin.com/in/scottsgriffin for additional information and customized quotes.
Meet the team
Robert Nay rsnayCreator of BubbleBall, an app downloaded millions of times on the App Store. Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from BYU.
Scott Griffin CambodianCoderA Clojure developer with a strong foundation in cyber-security, math and C. CS Grad student in Computer Science at GaTech.
puppyparishA Computer Engineering graduate from Brigham Young University, with minors in Computer Science, Math, and Family Life.
Spencer Mitchell SpencerTheFencerA graduate of the Computer Science program from Brigham Young University. Skilled in TypeScript, React, and Flutter.
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