Who am I?
I was a student at Georgia Tech and recently graduated with a degree in Computer Engineering. Upon graduation, I decided to venture a "little" outside of my hardware education and go into web development. I am very passionate about building usable, responsive and interactive websites. Technology has been a passion from an early age. From the time I built my first computer at age 11, I have always been drawn to technology. Tinkering with code and playing with computer parts had become an integral part of my daily routine. I actively develop on the LAMP stack and am familiar with most modern frontend technologies including a whole host of frameworks.
What do I do?
I am currently pursuing a career in frontend development at Yahoo! Sports. You can view some of my previous work in the Portfolio section of the site. A snapshot of my skill set and experience is available on LinkedIn. If you would like to get in touch with me for anything (jobs, networking, suggestions), please reach out to me on any of the social networks listed in the sidebar.
What is this blog for?
This blog publishes content about Web Technology, Design, and Travel primarily. There are code snippets and open sourced projects scattered in posts and categories all across the site. Feel free to comment on the various designs, photos and posts I have on this blog. Feedback is always welcome!