Skip to content
View whatnotery's full-sized avatar


Block or Report

Block or report whatnotery

Block user

Prevent this user from interacting with your repositories and sending you notifications. Learn more about blocking users.

You must be logged in to block users.

Please don't include any personal information such as legal names or email addresses. Maximum 100 characters, markdown supported. This note will be visible to only you.
Report abuse

Contact GitHub support about this user’s behavior. Learn more about reporting abuse.

Report abuse

Hey Y'all!

My name is Jos and I'm a Rubyist & software developer in Lexington KY.

After coding on and off since I was a teenanger I spent the better part of a decade doing I.T. support at an enterprise level. During that time I encountered so many problems that could've been resolved with better code. Being in the situation of helping people navigate through bad user experiences and using lack luster internal tools to do so left a bad taste in my mouth and made me want to solve those problems.

In 2021, I started coding seriously with the intention of being able to create tools and experiences that are useful and meaningful for their users. I started at Bitwerx in 2022 in a Support Engineer role and in 2023 was promoted to a Software Engineering role.

Tech Skills:

  • HTML & CSS

  • Bootstrap

  • Tailwind

  • Javascript

  • PostgreSQL

  • Ruby & Ruby on Rails

Interests :

  • Bikes & the Outdoors

  • Independent Film & Music

  • Civic Engagement & Urban Policy/Design

  • Ruby


  1. Public

    A web app built using Rails 7, Hotwire Turbo, & Mapkick for geotagging outdoor cat sightings

    Ruby 3

  2. Public

    A web app and API for getting movie recomendations and where to stream them. Built using Rails 7, InertiaJS, & Svelte with integrations using and Twilio


  3. coffeeshop coffeeshop Public

    landing page for a fake coffee shop


  4. randomgradient randomgradient Public

    A cool lil web app that generates a CSS background gradient that you can copy. you can also go through a history of all the gradients you've generated in a session

    CSS 1