tech sales turned fullstack software engineer

Always my tech sales team's biggest sales enablement geek, I self-funded and self-taught Python, R, and Salesforce as a growth hack. I was hooked! Then joined the #000 side as a full-stack software engineer specializing in new product builds. But always driven by voracious learning and the pure enjoyment of solving complex problems with amazing software.



Javascript, ReactJS, React Native, Redux, HTML5, CSS3, Styled Components, Alexa skills


NodeJS, Postgres, SQL, Sequelize, Express, MongoDB, Hapi, Firebase, GraphQL, Python

tech sales

enterprise sales, sales operations, salesforce, onboarding/learning, sales engineering


algorithms, data structures, wireframes, API design and integration

dev ops

Google Cloud, AWS, Github, Gitlab, Agile Scrum, TDD, API Documentation


capable tech writer, Mizzou J-School grad, former voice-over artist

work examples

noted analytics

salesforce-powered notes app in private beta


a private youtube video learning environment

dog runs of new york

NYC's dog parks in a whimsical interactive map


music composition sandbox


alexa skill for tracking news trends


leaderboard for ballroom dance circuit

musings of a technologist

Dog Runs and Flying Cars

Dog runs have long been advocated by urban planners for their health effects. Allowing dogs to exercise in a pack setting reduces pet complaints from neighbors, and it gives otherwise anonymous city-dwellers a chance to socialize and build neighborhood bonds without risk or commitment. More established dog runs sometimes hold an informal weekly ‘yappy hour’ with adult beverages and conversation. Some even have their own web sites.

For my dog Bubba, the best experience has been the off-leash area at Brooklyn’s Fort Greene Park after 9pm, where the local canine fashion trend is LED-colored collars and there’s plenty of space to run. The community is real. Everyone’s smiling. Even non dog-owners come to enjoy the vibe....

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