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Bennett Garner

About Bennett Garner

I've been a security alarm salesman, Eagle Scout, failed Mormon missionary, middle school teacher, nanny in France, bike builder, Quoran, real estate analyst and owner of my own technical writing consultancy.

Now, I'm an author, blogger, and web developer.

I've been a web developer since high school. I love technology and want to help socially responsible companies in the financial industry build equitable software.

I wrote 50 Tweaks to Change Your Life to help people make small, research-backed changes to improve their lives.

I'm interested in technology, engineering, aviation, finance/investing, urbanism, and psychology.

I love points of view that go against conventional wisdom.

French (Marseille, Senegal) & Spanish (Ecuador) speaker, minimalist, INTJ, and a voracious reader.

I make music, ride my bike, and play handball for fun.

Asheville, North Carolina native. University of Pittsburgh grad. Used to live in DC and Uganda. Now, I live in Brooklyn, NY.

What I'm doing now

I'm a backend developer for Cube Software, working with multidimensional modeling of financial data for businesses to do budgeting and forecasting. We're a Django shop, running on AWS.

For years, I ran a copywriting agency that specialized in B2B writing and consulting for technology companies. I am no longer taking clients.

I sing in the Brooklyn Community Chorus, judge middle school debate (proud MS 343 supporter!), and help people with code problems at Hacker Hours



Popular posts

I've written a couple popular posts on Medium about software development that you might like if you're into that sort of thing:

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