I vaguely remember there was a time when I had a one-page resume. I also remember that time didn’t last long. I’m baffled when I get resumes how many of them are two bullets long, especially in our industry (software). Lots has been said and written about how it helps your professional career to work … Read more
Sometimes I don’t understand the world. One of the things I couldn’t understand is why it is so difficult to find an online clock that is simple and can be resized. For years I would google “clock” and variations of that, and all I would get back was crappy small digital clocks on pages 80%-full … Read more
Hah! I didn’t even make that one up: Do What the Fuck You Want to Public License. It should have been “whatever” not “what”, which kind of sucks, makes it look like an illiterate 15-year-old american came up with it. I found it because uMap (an awesome piece of software I’m sure I‘ll write about … Read more
And what's a solutions engineer? My goal in life is to design and develop solutions for people - to make them less frustrated, to give them better tools, to let them concentrate on more important things.
I'm an engineer specializing in Linux and open source software: I use it as a platform to create desktop, server, and embedded device applications, libraries, and services.
If you have a question about my work - by all means contact me, I'll be happy to talk to you about it.
Hudson's bay - farthest north you can ride in eastern Canada. Read more
Data Structures and Algorithms animations made by my students using HTML5 and Processing.js. Read more