Years and years ago, I maintained anywhere from two to eight sites scattered over the internet. It was cute and fun, but for awhile now, I haven't had sufficient (read: any) time to dedicate to them. They've slowly fallen into disrepair, with broken pages, outdated scripts, and general eyesores characteristic of a 12-year-old who has too much time, knows just enough HTML to be dangerous, and severely lacks design wisdom.
With this in mind, I decided to set up a simple page to serve a landing-slash-dispatch capacity. This way, I can have somewhere centralized to direct people who wanted to find my work. As a bonus, I now have something that's not totally embarrassing to put in the
website field for various profiles.
Where I can be found
- GitHub, where most of my work lives, including college projects.
- Stack Overflow, my first stop when I have questions. I occasionally answer some, too.
- LinkedIn, in case you want to connect.
- CodePlex, where I put a few projects before finding GitHub.
Things I like
- Fuzzy Notepad (especially this post!)
- Jon Skeet's Blog
- Cows. Moo.