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Seattle, WA

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June 2, 2013

What would you like to get out of this meetup group?

Meet a few interesting people, share some enthusiasms, maybe return to hardware hacking with all the neat tools we now have. Back in the day a friend and I used to build analog and early digital electronic audio projects, it’d be nice to make physical things to play with again.

What are your primary skills and/or areas to hack on? (e.g. front-end, back-end, UX, UI, hardware, graphics, etc.)

My coding experience has been primarily software, particularly UI/UX and graphics. The rise of iOS, though, as a mobile platform with a touch interface and significant resource constraints was what got me to turn pro — I like working out how to make the most of limited resources. I also enjoy culture hacking in many forms, including making electronic music and designing/co-editing an amateur magazine called Chunga.

What are your favorite tools? (e.g. languages, frameworks, devices, software, conceptual models, etc.)

Basically Xcode, C, Objective-C, Cocoa Touch, and math (I see programming as 50% applied math and 50% interface handling). In supporting roles, Pixelmator, Amadeus, Logic, Photoshop, Final Cut Pro. For devices, I like the iPod Touch but the iPad 1 was the first real example, however primitive, of a high-functioning tablet, and a unique presentation device.

What's something cool you've built recently? (it's okay if you haven't)

I’m currently finishing off a major revision of an App Store game for iPad. And I'm leaving in a few minutes to go to a release party for issue 21 of Chunga.

If you've been to hackathons in the past, what was the best you've ever been to?

I've not been to any hackathons.


Pre-PC math hacker evolved into multimedia designer/programmer with a fondness for stochastic and generative processes. Came to Seattle to set type and joined the DTP revolution, with occasional coding jobs.

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