January 13, 2011
I'm a people geek first. Building and optimizing teams, communities, and collaboration is as huge a passion for me. Second to that is a burning-deep love of HTML+CSS (and web technologies in general). I started programming in junior high—sucked then and still suck, but love it. I'm a hardcore web geek—in every sense, it's a core part of my life, work, and passions.
The number of hats I wear is equivalent to the number of irons in the fire plus the number of fires I'm putting out. So are things are burning all around me at all times? Nah, not really. :) Of course, I place the blame there on the fact that I'm blessed with getting to work with lots of people who do what they do much better than I do and seem to cope pretty well with me lighting things on fire.
"Given the right circumstances, from no more than dreams, determination, and the liberty to try, quite ordinary people consistently do extraordinary things." — Dee Hock
What I'm asked, where I'm able.
Passable at UI, web app dev, writing.