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