Nice to meet you.
Throughout my entire life, I questioned why and how things work with a strong interest in making them better.
Career wise, I used to work in tech support. I enjoyed helping customers; however, I felt that my job centered around asking engineers to fix bugs.
Because of my desire to provide a better customer experience and to take matters into my own hands, I taught myself how to code and became a software engineer.
I enjoy using Typescript, GraphQL, and AWS serverless services. In the day job, I get paid to write code that ships in containers. I'm always open to learning new technologies if it makes sense for the project or matches my interest.
The information on this site serves as a personal reminder of my commitment to life long learning, improvement, creating things, and knowledge sharing.
Since technology is always evolving, disclaimer that older content might contain out of date information and examples.
Any opinions expressed on this site are mine and are not reflective of any organizations that I am affiliated with.