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developer @ the new york times
I'm proud of my work /w DREAMCODE for the 2014 #mlkhack @Tumblr. I worked /w aspiring young high school kids, I also mentored a team of newbie developers to a 1st place "Best Use of Tumblr API" award. ! Go localgreensapp.com!
Won an award @codefab's NYC Mobile Dev Camp / Hackathon 2011. Presented @ techcrunch disrupt nyc 2011 (poidh here & here . Again in 2012 & 2013. Attended almost every NYC based one. You get tested, you get burned, you learn so much & work so fast.
I participated in American Express Local Hack Day showing a powerplug-locator app called wattsnear.me
<3 New York tech. Silicon alley is the place to be/fail/succeed. i've been working in technology for almost 20 years now. i am just your average high energy, idea sprewing, solution totting guy. hell bent on changing the world! i am studying ios, android, python, ruby, & the harder to debug - japanese & german.
i started out as a server monkey, became a web monkey, & now have evolved into technoloisapian.
developer myths i bust...
. technologist are anti-social
. techs don't understand business needs
. geeks & dorks aren't cool
. W3 d0 IT 4 th@ lulz
personal motto: "ready to win"
tech motto "demo or die!"
"Thousands of candles can be lit from a single candle..."
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