i code therefore. i am... "hello world"
Currently a senior mobile web developer over at turner broadcasting.
I am stoked that my team won a little award over at the codefab's NYC Mobile Dev Camp / Hackathon 2011. We presented at techcrunch disrupt nyc 2011 (poidh here & here ) hackathon but no such luck. Since then I have been a regular at almost every NYC based one. You get tested, you get burned, you learn so much and work so fast.
Most recently I participated in American Express Open's Local Hack Day at general assembly to present my powerplug-locator-mobile-app called wattsnear.me .
i started out as a server monkey, became a web monkey, and now have evolved into technologist erectus. i am currently looking for new opportunities as a mobile web developer or at the "frontend" of the development layer.
the things that get me excited are mobile development, core values that matter, data visualization, diversity, research, working on the grid, living off the grid.
top developer myths i bust...
. technologist are anti-social
. technical people don't understand business needs
. geeks and dorks aren't cool
. W3 d0 IT 4 th@ lulz
. emacs rulez
personal motto: "ready to win"
tech motto "demo or die!"
"Thousands of candles can be lit from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared.” - Buddhist quote
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