About Me

I've learned to make code small, simple, and readable. My aim is prolific and expeditious code output while maintaining quality. I make loosely-coupled components, understandable abstractions, and low-ceremony frameworks.

As a programmer, my first principle is user experience. Like most of us, I struggle with mediocre software every day, and I use that dissatisfaction to set a high standard for my work. The first end user is the next person who must understand and add to the code.

As a teammate and leader, I am devoted to friendliness and respect. I am a good communicator, love sharing my knowledge, and learning from others. I've given talks at local user groups, mentored co-workers in my free time, and publish open source projects.