I've spent 11 years in the field professionally and had my first experiences of software development and networking around 20 years ago.
I dabble in Golang, Typescript, Python, Lua, bits and pieces of C and various other languages and Infrastructure-as-Code tools (Terraform, Crossplane, k8s, CF/CDK etc). I have languages that I favour for various things, but I can generally look at code written in anything upwards of Assembly and work out what's going on.
I use a lot of open-source software at
$work, and I like to contribute back to the projects that I use - as much on a personal level as a professional one. I'm not heavily involved with any in particular, but I pop up here and there with a PR or two when I find an annoyance that I think might affect others (the Boy Scout Rule)
I've been working almost completely remotely for the last 18 months and have worked from
Outside of work, I'm a bit obsessed with bikes - Supermoto, Dirt bikes, Electric MX, Mountain bikes, you name it. I like to get my hands dirty and learn about things by working on them.
If I can't ride a bike I'm happy enough outdoors doing whatever (
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