I work collaboratively to push open technology forward, and want to live in a world where there's software for everything, freely accessible by everyone. We should no longer only solve problems, just to hinder access to solutions.
Everything I do is contributed to open-source projects, ideally free from cost, tracking, and advertising. I primarily develop and maintain software, and love contributing to projects that I find interesting or depend on.
Notable Achievements / Contributions
- Writer for freeCodeCamp with 150,000+ page views.
- Visual Studio Code extension developer with 20,000+ installs.
- Developed tldr-translation-pairs-gen, to produce a parralel corpus from tldr-pages.
Available for Work
I'm available to hire on a contract-basis, and willing to accept a variety of projects:
- Resolve bugs or feature requests in an open-source project (i.e. upstream dependency).
- Learn and contribute to technical documentation for inadequately documented software.
- Significant feature developments and integrations for open-source projects I maintain.
- Larger projects from the ground up.
My ideals align with non-profits, so I incorporated Elypia, a community interest company (CIC) with the mission to:
- Develop, contribute to, and promote the adoption of free and open-source software.
- Support industries with only proprietary or legacy software available, to migrate to or create open-source alternatives.