I’m a wandering software engineer. While most of my previous work has been in web development―primarily Django, Node.js, and PostgreSQL―I’m studying embedded programming, with a focus on how it can be used to fight climate change. I’m also interested in tools for note-taking, and how we can make writing, sharing, and collaborating on notes better.
I really enjoy learning how things work at a low level…not just software, but anything. Also, if you’re working on a climate-related project and need a software engineer, let me know (see below)!
Interesting and fun things I’ve done include:
- working with companies from small startups to large companies
- creating a browser extension that had over 25,000 users
- consulting for ADVrider, a motorcycle forum and news site with over 350,000 members
- on a related note, fixing up a broken ’70s motorcycle and riding it across the USA (twice)
The best way to get in touch with me is via email, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I also welcome phone calls. In fact, I think everyone, myself included, should pick up the phone a little more often: (413) 588-2815.
If you’re feeling really old-school, you can send me a letter…but to get my address, you’ll have to check out my resume ;)
If you enjoy my writing, you might want to subscribe to my email list! I’ll send you an email every week or two when I publish a new post…and I also include links to interesting things I’ve read or discovered recently.