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I'm a software developer with experience building complex web applications. My focus is on the impact of my work rather than on specific technologies.

Work History


Co-founder and Developer

League Lab

League Lab is a SaaS product that handles all facets of running recreational adult sports leagues. The software provides a public-facing website for league promotion, registration and payment, as well as extensive administrative tools. Client organization employees spend much of their work days in the application.

Designed and maintained the hosting & monitoring infrastructure, wrote all back-end and most front-end code, and managed development priorities and projects. Also collaborated on many non-technical aspects of the business: customer service, UI design, marketing, pricing, strategy, finances, etc.


  • Managed long-term projects while keeping up with daily tasks
  • Implemented solid, maintainable systems that are still easy to work with 8 years later


  • PHP, Mysql, Javascript / JQuery, HTML, CSS / SCSS
  • Linux, Puppet, Nginx, Git, Vagrant, Amazon Web Services
Sep 2008Dec 2009

QA and Product Developer

Code Systems Inc /

Spoon is an application virtualization product allowing Windows executables to be packaged and run across varying Windows platforms without installation or runtime dependencies like Java or .NET

Created a functional test system to simulate GUI interactions that exercised the application virtualization engine and delivery mechanisms. Also helped build the web service and asset management tools behind an early version of Spoon's application library.



Shepherd of Ones and Zeroes

Underdog Sports Leagues

Built the web systems used to run large adult rec leagues in Seattle and Portland.

In 2009, League Lab was launched to provide these services to leagues around the country.

Apr 2004Dec 2008

Mathematics Instructor - Part Time

Seattle Central Community College

Taught evening courses ranging from arithmetic to pre-calculus. 



B.A. Mathematics (Magna Cum Laude)

Carleton College - Northfield, MN
  • Departmental distinction for comprehensive exam and talk on finite reflection groups
  • Independent study in complexity and computability
  • Budapest Semesters in Mathematics

Side Projects and Profiles

Etsy Sales Map                                    

A Ruby on Rails app that lets Etsy sellers view the approximate locations of their customers on an embedded Google Map.

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