Here you will find writing on topics that interest me including psychology, business administration, and software development.
Most of the recent events of my life are catalogued here (somewhat), or at least give an idea of what was important to me at the time they were written.
My career is transitioning into the food/service industry. I'm taking a
break from technology and looking forward to meeting the people who benefit
from the work I do all day. Cooking has always been a passion of mine and
I'm excited to join a restaurant's staff in any capacity that helps me
I'm presently studying for my OSHA Safety Certificate, and pursuinig an
entry-level job that can be a foothold into the cullinary industry.
Above is something I cooked this morning: shallots, garlic, and red
lentils with rice are cooked in one pan to make this combination of
flavor, carbohydrates and proteins. Because the olive oil and flavors
(shallots/garlic/spices) can begin cooking right away, adding
vegetables or meats as those things reduce is possible without any
The dish takes 15-20 minutes from the time of putting the pan on the
burners to eating. I boil water seperately as needed and add the
lentils a few minutes before the rice to ensure the proper amount of
loosening. This is my favorite go-to quick meal for the morning or at
the end of a busy day.
The music is made by writing computer code which
generates sound data. Midi instuments are used to generate
organic melodies and patterns. Gekkota, the computer
programming project, maps layers of patterns together to form
instruments and effects.
My focus is on velocity and productivity while running teams and building complex applications.
With a passion for software development for over a decade. My success has included state management
systems for an insuratech scale-up, and a
team building exercises
rolled out to 15 of 18 product
teams at a company where he worked at for several years. The depth of the experience is in web
technologies, with a recent focus on data/system-level applications in C.
One recent software project,
Gekkota, is an
electronic music engine which uses C++/C/HIP to harness the
power of cpu's and gpu's to build and create electronic music
from algorithms and patterns. The application features both
a live performance interface and a recording/sequencing ui.
Another recent project is the Vertebrae
language, which is written in C over the last few years. The
language is functional, with support for lexical closures, and highlights loops, with it's roots
mainly in the LISP family of languages.