Circa 2007, I stumbled upon the great wasteland known as MySpace.com. I wrote my first lines of CSS trying to make the background of my profile a baller shade of Fuchsia. As an adult, card-carrying Software Engineer 13 years later, I'm still trying to get that same high.
I have worked for the last 6 years at a few web-SaaS software startups writing code that only just barely makes the thing work. In my defense, isn't that really what engineering is -- making the cheapest solution that still works?
These days I have been thinking more about educational content for the working practitioner and what it means to be an engineer today. Hopefully this blog gives me a chance to occasionally dust off my Philosophy degree and share some hard-earned lessons from my experience in the industry.
- QLC (A GraphQL Code Generation Tool)
- For Your Reference Video Series (Rust Beginner Tutorial)
- This Website's Source Code
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