I have a broad and deep understanding of technology, with a particular emphasis on macOS and the web, and strong interests in usability and security.
Since 1995, I’ve been building for the web. I’ve created sites with dozens of technologies, including Perl, WebObjects, Ruby on Rails and WordPress.
These sites scale. Engineers Without Borders and TurboVote were both promoted on the Google home page, and FiveThirtyEight received over one million concurrent visitors on election day 2016. These sites last. WatPubs survived Y2K and ran for six years after I graduated.
A frequent contributor to open source projects, I make changes large and small, and help maintain several WordPress plugins. I speak and give workshops on a variety of technical topics, including developer productivity and information security.
In my spare time, I run a micro-ISP for some friends.
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