Matthew Frost

Matthew Frost, Software Engineer at VMware


Currently at VMware working on vCloud Director, which enables service providers to build differentiated cloud services that are inherently hybrid-aware, allowing enterprises to orchestrate the provisioning of software-defined data center services as complete virtual data centers.

Previously StopBadware's Software Engineer, where I designed, built, and maintained the applications and databases used by StopBadware in making the Web safer through the prevention, mitigation, and remediation of badware websites.

In early 2012 I completed my Bachelor's of Science in Information Technology - Software from Western Governors University after several years of Food & Beverage management. I originally began learning to program only to assist in my hobby of stock trading with no intention of a career change, but soon it was clear I was enjoying the coding not because it would lead to better trading, but because I was truly enjoying programming. It was then I decided my future lay not with hotels, but with software development.

Matthew Frost's Background

Matthew Frost's Experience

Software Engineer at VMware

June 2014 - Present | Cambridge, MA

Engineer on the vCloud Director (vCD) team. vCD orchestrates the provisioning of software defined data center services as complete virtual data centers to provide virtualized compute, networking, storage, and security.

Software Engineer at StopBadware

February 2012 - June 2014 | Cambridge, MA

Designed, built, and maintained the applications and databases that drove StopBadware's work in making the Web safer through the prevention, mitigation, and remediation of badware websites.

Matthew Frost's Education

Western Governors University

2010 – 2012

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Concentration: Software development


Matthew Frost's Interests & Activities

Stock option trading, programming, walking, board games, Star Trek, playing the violin.