Majozi – the company – is modest, young, and just now emerging from stealth mode.
The Majozi scheduling engine was prototyped in March 2010 and went into pilot production in May 2010. Our Beta release was completed in October 2010. We currently have over 300 members, in five organizations, using Majozi to schedule duty assignments, manage members, and control assignment preferences.
David Anderson started developing the Majozi scheduling algorithm in January 2010 in hopes that his meditation group could use it for the quarterly scheduling of usher and reader assignments.
David's undergraduate work was at CalTech and U of Oregon with a BA in Computer Science and Japanese. David lived in Japan for over 15 years, running a software development company designing realtime multitask embedded technology systems, and later managing Motorola Japan's Embedded Computer Products Operation.