I periodically write entrepreneurial experiences as essays so that other people can learn from my mistakes. It turns out that I'm a picky writer: about 90% of what I've written is still in draft mode because with writing, like with software, I like to iterate, prototype and roll out in a controlled way. Maybe these will be called "lean essays" someday. For the 10% that I have released, please forgive and report the bugs.
Throughout my career I have interviewed with both tech companies and conversely, tech candidates, numerous times. I have gathered tips and tricks on how to succeed in a technical interview. I no longer need to be doing this, but it turns out technical questions are awesome. Either they're really entertaining or (according to a few people) I like thinking-induced pain. Like my essays, 90% of the material is not published yet, but I believe what I've released is a very good sample. It continues to prepare many of my own friends for their interviews at places like Google, Microsoft, Amazon and Facebook.
For whatever reason you've managed to look me up by my full name, so I assume you may want to learn more about my background and interests.
I upgraded this website and re-wrote it in Ruby on Rails on Heroku, so that I can add toy apps that actually run, later. If you came here looking for my old content and they're not migrated yet, you may find them on my old site.
I primarily keep my résumé up-to-date for my own self-evaluation and as an SEO tool for networking. Thank you recruiters for reaching out to me. Honestly I only connect for networking. I have direct access to most companies I care about and the innovation-related roles I look for and truly care about are typically not described as "jobs". I do welcome connecting though. Opportunities are all about people.
Do we share interests? I'd love to connect.