I was a programmer at an early age, using TRS-80, TI99/4A, Commodore 64, and the vaunted Apple //e. I was first exposed in fifth grade learning how to use LOGO. Into high school, I learned to enjoy building things and migrated towards engineering disciplines. That went nowhere quickly after a stint at Georgia Tech.
Now I enjoy helping small companies find their way to becoming enterprises. I help build solutions, teams, and technology. I've both, been a part of, and led successful engineering teams through agile and test-driven design principles. My passion is now helping innovators build well-architected, maintainable, solutions leveraging the power and reach of the web.
If you need someone to jumpstart your engineering efforts, manage the development and delivery of your product, or turn around a stagnant project, I'm always looking for interesting ventures.