Welcome to calebjones.info. My name is Caleb Jones. I am a husband, father, principal data architect at Disney, graph enthusiast, and author of allthingsgraphed.com. Use the links on the left to contact me, read my resume, or view information on current projects I am involved in. Follow me on Mastodon for more up-to-date information on my activities.

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I am a cloud and data architect in the Seattle area with 20 years experience working in web services and REST, 10 years experience working with NoSQL/Big Data, 6 years experience working with modern cloud data architectures, and have expert knowledge of AWS, Hadoop, Spark, Java, Spring, and Python. My passions are centered around big data, modern cloud architectures, and graphs. Please view my resume or social profiles on the left for more details.

I am currently employed at The Walt Disney Company as a principal data architect. In this role I design large scale data platforms that process streaming data. In previous roles I've architected and built solutions and platforms powering various brands including ESPN, ABC, Disney Parks, Marvel, and more.

Prior to Disney I was employed at Cisco as a web services engineer in their Utilities/Smart Grid Group working on building a user-facing, smart grid web platform. I also worked on different web-based video technologies.

Before Cisco, I worked on the web services team for a home network technology company aquired by Cisco that was called Pure Networks. I've also worked as a website/web-application engineer at Focus Design, a full-service media agency.

I have a Bachelors of Science in Computer Science with an emphasis in networking and artificial intelligence from BYU. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my wife and four children, keeping up with the latest technology in BigData/NoSQL (esp. with graph databases), and finding opportunities to learn new technologies for no other reason than that they seem interesting to me.