Like most people, I am many things. A geek, a husband, a dad, a Christian, a table top game fanatic (both board and RPGs like D&D), a yogi (yes, I see a contradiction), one who practices mindful meditation (also, a contradiction), an interactive ficiton writer, and a software developer. What is a software developer you ask? Here is a pretty old timey definition seen once in a magazine in the lunch room at my dad's office.
A programmer is a person who passes as an exacting expert on the basis of being able to turn out, after innumerable punching, an infinite series of incomprehensive answers calculated with micrometric precisions from vague assumptions based on debatable figures taken from inconclusive documents and carried out on instruments of problematical accuracy by persons of dubious reliability and questionable mentality for the avowed purpose of annoying and confounding a hopelessly defenseless department that was unfortunate enough to ask for the information in the first place.
- IEEE Grid newsmagazine, 1993
There is not much here for common folks let alone the uncommon or the rare ones, too.
The entire purpose of this site is two-fold: content and demonstration. In fact, my software that I have open sourced can be found on Codeberg (see Linktree link). The content of the site shows off my interests and projects. The site does not use web frameworks, but instead is predominantly HTML and CSS focused with some very, very light JavScript to handle redirections.