I’m a Senior Software Engineer for EnerNOC, where I maintain our data ingestion APIs and build a lot of proof-of-concept prototypes and applications.
I work primarily in Node and Python, but have been known to jump into Java and Go projects. I’m a big Docker enthusiast, especially since it tends to reduce problems between team members with slightly different local development environments.
There was a span of six months or so when I tried to move all the applications I use onto the command line. Most didn’t stick, but I ended up pretty committed to vim and tmux in iTerm2. You can check out my dotfiles to see what other sorts of tricks and foolish ideas I use on a regular basis.
I’ve been a member of the Boston Climate Action Network since November 2016 (original motivation left as an exercise to the reader.) I maintain their websites, do design work, and nominally head up the communications team, which generates messaging and content out to our members and coalition groups.
I’m a dad, sometimes homebrewer, cocktail enthusiast, and amateur carpenter. Truth be told though, lots of my carpentry projects end up like this, after which is usally a good time to fall back on the cocktail hobby.
This site is built with Jekyll and many of its design elements are stolen from Matthias Endler.