After owning and operating a webhosting company for ten years, I
decided I preferred building things. So I learned some Ruby and I
started over as a developer. A couple of years later, I joined
Blendle as their fifth
developer. I helped create and scale their micro-transaction system,
which processess tens of milions of transactions per year.
In my second year I was in charge of running the core backend
service and responsible for migrating our systems to Amazon
Webservices. After the migration was complete and brief stint as part
of the data science team, I decided to move on. After two years,
seeing the company grow from a handful to 70 employees,
it was time for a change.
I help companies get new products out the door.
The past year, I've take over lead development responsibilities for
Zerocopter, build an Ember
dashboard tool for Leaplines
and a minimum viable product for
I've spent what little time I have left co-founding
Snooty Software with my old
Blendle buddy Lucas. Recently, we
launched our first service:
I like challenging, complex projects. I prefer data-driven projects
and creating tools, but I don't shy away from the odd UI challenge.