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Hi there 👋

  • I'm interested in:
    • distributed systems
    • programming language theory + functional programming
    • operating system internals
    • infrastructure automation
    • diversity + inclusion + equity
    • polyglot software development
      • I ♥️ Haskell, Erlang, F#, OCaml / SMLNJ, Racket, Idris, C, Rust
      • I use Bash, Python, Terraform, Go, Ruby, Swift, C++, Java, etc.
    • parsing + compilers
    • math + 3d geometry
  • Remote worker since 2012
  • 💬 Reach out to me if you're looking for a mentor. In particular, I'm looking to use my energy to help BIPOC, Latinx, LGBTQIA+ folks and women in tech. I can be reached at my github username at I realize that your professional experience won't be the same as mine, but I'd like to help however I can.
  • 😄 Pronouns: he / him
  • 👯 I’m looking to collaborate on
    • compilers + language runtimes
    • cloud infrastructure tooling
    • audio / synth stuff


  1. Mozilla Marketing Engineering and Operations Infrastructure

    HCL 56 12

  2. Riak DC Replication

    Erlang 51 27

  3. Modern applications with built-in automation

    Rust 2.3k 324

  4. An OCaml client for Riak

    OCaml 14 4

  5. (unofficial) source for Monad Transformers Step by Step by Martin Grabmüller

    Haskell 1

  6. A sneaky Erlang version manager, v1 (C version)

    C 58 11

156 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to disco-lang/disco, mozmeao/infra, metadave/metadave and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

May 2021

3 contributions in private repositories May 11 – May 13

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