Justin Durkan

Director of Desktop Engineering at Nitro

Justin Durkan is currently the Director of Desktop Engineering with Nitro. Justin has been a software developer for over 30 years. He was there when Windows had the version number 1.04, when Linux didn’t exist and when a precompiler was used to translate C++ into C. He has developed in many languages from Basic to Java, Fortran to C, Assembler to Scala and in his favourite language: C++. He studied electronics at what is now the University of Limerick in Ireland where he was awarded a Bachelor of Engineering. As well as being a software developer, manager and CTO,  in the early days, Justin also developed numerous hardware projects, including a number of hi-resolution graphics cards for various Windows PCs

Since joining Nitro in 2015, Justin’s main focus is the development of the company’s digital transformation applications.



Justin Durkan

Director of Desktop Engineering at Nitro


Justin Durkan is currently the Director of Desktop Engineering with Nitro. Justin has been a software developer for over 30 years. He was there when Windows had the version number 1.04, when Linux didn’t exist and when a precompiler was used to translate C++ into C. He has developed in many languages from Basic to Java, Fortran to C, Assembler to Scala and in his favourite language: C++. He studied electronics at what is now the University of Limerick in Ireland where he was awarded a Bachelor of Engineering. As well as being a software developer, manager and CTO,  in the early days, Justin also developed numerous hardware projects, including a number of hi-resolution graphics cards for various Windows PCs

Since joining Nitro in 2015, Justin’s main focus is the development of the company’s digital transformation applications.

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