I've been working as a full time programmer since graduating in 2007.
I've worked with many great people and fun projects and they just get
better and better!
Oct 2014 - Present
These days I'm applying my skills to time tracking and invoicing. The
team at Harvest is kind, professional, and very good at what they do. I'm
struggling a bit to keep up but I think things are starting to even out!
I feel as though I've swapped jobs enough at this point and I hope to
hang my hat at Harvest for a long time to come.
Jun 2011 - Oct 2014
At Pathable, I hacked to create a community and social network for
conferences and events through coffeescript. I also enjoyed the
opportunity to dig into ruby and rails, something I'd wanted to do for a
It was by far the best environment for writing code I'd ever worked in.
The people I worked with were very talented and it barely felt like work
General Information Systems
Nov 2010 - Jun 2011
good helping of backend development using an MVC paradigm. I also helped
CGM Computer Consulting
Oct 2008 - Nov 2010
As the primary developer, I created a custom CMS for the Basic Combat
Training unit at Fort Jackson SC. Since I was the only developer, I
learned a great deal about cleaning up my own messes and just making
Sep 2007 - Oct 2008
While working at Seibels, I found new languages and refined my
shipped a bunch of code.
Mar 2006 - Sep 2007
As an intern, and later a full time employee, I did a great deal of
reading and learning. My primary realization was that going to school
had given me approximately 1% of the knowledge I would need to be a