I’m a software engineer and architect who is passionate about real, practical software engineering. I love metrics, smart efficient processes, and always pushing the envelope with what’s possible with software. I’ve worked with numerous companies (including Playdom/Disney Interactive, PushButton Labs, Etsy, OurShelf, Comcast/CIM, Tutorspree) and have contributed to many open source projects.
Currently I’m a co-founder and scientist for an independent R&D lab, NDensity.
I was previously a BS/MS student at Drexel University completing my BS in Software Engineering. I dropped my MS in Computer Science (with my thesis on Autonomic Computing and Dependable Systems) to launch my first startup OurShelf. I was a member of Drexel University’s Software Engineering Research Group (SERG) and was also involved in research and software engineering with other groups and organizations. For more information, see my resume.
I enjoy tea, rock climbing, and my home recording studio.
This is my personal blog. The views expressed on these pages are mine alone and not those of my employer(s).
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