I've been building web apps since 2005 and Android apps since 2013 and am currently working in the healthcare technology space. Before that, I helped Azavea fulfill a USDA grant and launch a half dozen Android apps on the OpenTreeMap platform, and I built a robust, correct financial calculator for The Benefit Bank resulting in a measurably better on-boarding process for a program worth 1.91 billion dollars in client tax breaks and benefits. While going back to school for advanced academic Computer Science, I spent 2 years professionally mentoring new programmers through an education startup. When I'm not coding, I'm riding my Honda motorcycle to the farthest Starbucks or crab shack that I have time to get back from.
Here are a few recent projects. I consider myself "stack-agnostic" (I do have preferences for some technologies over others, particularly around type safety and the ease of refactoring that compiled languages offer, but I will work on anything interesting) and also "domain-neutral" (short of selling cigarettes to developing countries, I approach everything as the technical challenge of faithfully implementing a design and don't particularly care what the domain is as long as the objectives are clear).