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I work at Daugherty as a Senior Consultant and Application Architect. My primary role is software engineering with a fullstack approach and pragmatic philosophy. Beyond that, I help business teams thrive with technology, build engineering teams focused on growth and autonomy, and lend an engineering perspective to management and its pedestrian duties. If you are interested in more details, please read the historical record of my work.
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I have experience with the following to varying levels. I consider these buzzwords and basically meaningless without the context of the projects. Despite that, some organizations believe buzzwords buy sales — read the following buzzwords as an exercise in asking useful questions. I cannot share details publicly about the projects that used these specific technologies, but in confidence I may speak more about them privately.
Here's a list of meaningless out of context keyword jargon.
I graduated from the University of Minnesota in 2015 with a Bachelors of Computer Science. In the Computer Science program, I was on the Software Engineering, Systems and Compilers track.
My original intent was leaning towards more web developer inclined coursework, but I was lucky enough to expand my horizons and come to love compilers and systems.
In 2011, I founded my own small podcast network and built my own small in-house podcasting studio. As of late 2020, we have recorded just over 1300 episodes across various series.
Previous work during college.