I like building software that informs and entertains. Here are few of the public projects I’ve built.
I launched this React-focused newletter during the pandemic, publishing thirty issues about the latest news and advancements in the community. Revue shut down and past issues are no longer available on the internet.
The Bell was a pandemic-inspired social-distancing art project I created and maintained from March–October 2020. Over the life of the project, The Bell was clicked over 4K times.Visit
This is my React/TypeScript implementation of the classic cellular automaton and programming puzzle, Conway's Game of Life.Visit
PG Casts is a series of screencasts about PostgreSQL. My coworkers and I built it together during downtime at Hashrocket. I helped create the idea, build the site, and wrote, recorded, and edited six screencasts as one of the founding contributors.Visit
TIL was my apprentice project at Hashrocket. It has grown into a popular developers blog with 2.6K posts, millions of page views per year, and the top-ranked answers on Google to many an esoteric question. It's also open-source, one of the first such Phoenix repositories.Visit
Ceramic Nation was an auto-generated internet novel, one chapter per day, supported by a Ruby gem I wrote called Remarkovable. From 2015-2022 it produced nonsensical, occasionally interesting prose informed by a corpus of classic literature.Visit
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