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Personally and professionally, I focus on accessibility and empowerment for users. I have worked on accessibility technologies, e-commerce, and a wide variety of other sectors. Currently, I am working on the research and development of CBDC at the DCI. My experience has spanned a myriad of lower and higher-level languages (e.g., C, C++, C#, Lua, Haskell, Java, Typescript, and many others).
If interested, please read my full CV and this one-page resume.
I am available to give technical talks on a variety of subjects; contact me for details, topics, and scheduling.
(Very) occasionally, I write articles on topics I find interesting.
Many of my personal projects are fairly stable, but there are many more features I am considering for each of them.
- enlighten, a tool to manage backlight brightness in Linux
- mke, an opinionated build system built atop
Makefor my personal projects
- dstat, a configurable status bar primarily for lightweight window managers
- shaman, a CLI weather program
- .bin, a set of small, helpful utilities
- .dotfiles, my Linux userspace configurations
I graduated with Latin and departmental honors from Macalester College class of 2014, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. You can view the full text of my honors' thesis on GitHub.
My interests are many, and varied. Generally though, I find the following topics to be deeply fascinating and I frequently return to considering them: