What can I say, but welcome to my web site. If you have discovered this page, you must be lost.
Taught myself to program in 1980 on the hyped sensation of microcomputers. Graduated from the University of Utah, and in 1993, I changed my programming focus from graphics to networking and the nascent Internet. During the 2000s, I helped startups in Portland, Oregon build web applications and web services. In 2013, I switched to a DevOps-focus by hosting large instances of OpenStack for Workday.Feel free to contact me or view my resume for details.
A passion I’ve shared over the years has been the fun I’ve had with Emacs, for instance:
- Introduction to Emacs given at Open Source Bridge 2014 … what started it all
- Literate Devops given at EmacsConf 2015
- Introduction to Eshell given to the London Emacs User’s Group (October 2017) and the Update to Using Eshell for EmacsConf 2022
- Scripting in Emacs given at EmacsConf 2019
- Hacking and Solo RPGs in Emacs given at EmacsConf 2023
Even my other presentations were often presented in Emacs: