I can often be found working professionally as a software engineer. If potential employers might be interested in that work, I list it here!

This page is for paid work. Interested in my personal and open-source projects? Head over to Projects.

MBTA Customer Technology 2019+

elixir, phoenix, typescript, react, jsonapi

Building software tools for riders and workers at the MBTA. Some of my work here is open source!

Wistia 2017–2018

elixir, phoenix, postgres, docker, ffmpeg

Backend engineer on Soapbox, a web-based video capture and editing product. Built test-driven APIs and integrations from beta through launch and commercialization. Organized internal engineering events including “tech talks” and a CTF-style code challenge. Managed the Incident Response working group and facilitated postmortems for production incidents.

Vermonster 2015–2016

rails, rspec, jsonapi, ember, postgres, redis, s3

Contract web application developer for Autodesk, One Door, and other clients. Gathered requirements and built features across the web stack. Designed the company’s first formal developer interview process. Led development of an in-house product, SchoolBot.

General Assembly 2014

ruby, rails, rspec, javascript, scss, postgres, git

Instructor for WDI, a 12-week intensive program preparing adults for a new career in web development. Created lesson plans and assignments, delivered lectures and labs, and evaluated student projects.

Careport Health 2013

rails, rspec, jquery, haml, scss, bootstrap, mysql

Developer at an early-stage startup helping to connect hospital patients with post-acute care providers. Built test-driven features as part of a small team in a quickly evolving web application.

thoughtbot Fall 2012

rails, rspec, jquery, json, postgres, git, heroku

Apprentice in the now-offline apprentice.io program. Learned test-driven development practices from thoughtbot engineers, and shipped features on their client projects.

Rochester Institute of Technology 2007–2011

B.S. in Information Technology with Highest Honors. Member of Computer Science House, 2007–2011.