I was born in College Station, Texas in the 1980’s. As a child of that marvelous decade, I have a pronounced love for video games, and it was at this time that I developed my interests in computers.
I earned my B.S. in Computer Science from the Turing Scholars program at The University of Texas at Austin in 2006, and a Masters of Science and Technology Commercialization from the IC2 at UT in 2009. I’ve worked on software ranging from firmware to WebSphere for IBM, investment management with the Emerging Technology Fund, and am now the Head Solutions Architect at the InnovateTexas Foundation.
When I’m not working, I enjoy ballroom dancing. I’m a student of Sabrina Barker. I also greatly enjoy cooking and baking, and have a few software projects going on the side, the least of which is not this site.
My primary professional interests are programming languages, software integration, and internet technologies. But, I’ll be honest, I love most anything geeky.