About Me

I’m a geek living in Seattle, trying to figure out what it is I want out of life.

I am currently working as a Plone 3 developer, and have been for over a year.  I’ve been to bootcamps and trainings to improve my skills, but often still feel that I have a long way to go.

I worked with PHP, Perl, Java, XSLT, and a whole lot of SQL in previous positions.  I was a LAMP developer for several years, and a SQL database administrator for several years before that.

I love food. I find cooking to be a lot of fun, and something that I can constantly get better at. There’s always something new to try!

I am in the process of learning to tango.  It is a lot of fun and a great way to meet people.  Something else that I can be sure to find room for improvement in for a long time. 🙂

I also crochet and knit when I have time. When I have time depends on what other projects I have going on.

2 Responses to “About Me”

  1. hey!
    im a student in botswana looking for guidance concerning my career (im doing information systems management) and im genuinely interested in website development.i was hoping you cud help if you feel like it.

  2. I think I may be one of the only “foodies” that can appreciate this blog of yours, since like you, I am also a total techie. I LOVE SQL-Server for one thing, and I have a SQL Server T-SQL Optimization e-Book I plan to soon release for free on my techie web-site here: http://www.intersoftdevelopment.com/IDI-ASPNET/Free-Source-Code.aspx

    But, I actually found your site via the Gluten-Free Girl site out of curiosity. heh.

    Enjoy your food and your techno-fun!

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