After owning and operating a webhosting company for ten years, I
decided I preferred building things. So I learned some Ruby and I
started working 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.
During my second year there 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 a 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.
Last year, I took over lead development responsibilities for
Zerocopter, build an Ember
dashboard tool for Leaplines
and a minimum viable product for a fintech startup.
Recently, I've been helping the team at
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:
My last side project was a
multiplayer Pong game in Elm and Elixir.
I like challenging, complex projects. I prefer data-driven projects
and creating tools, but I don't shy away from the odd UI challenge.