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 jesse@jesseevers.com.

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 ;)


My blog is a smorgasbord of everything from fixing bugs, to climbing mountains, to politics. If you’re interested in learning a little bit more about me, check out the first post!

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.