Proof that I really am a web developer, designer, copywriter, and machine learning engineer.

Despite successfully starting and selling an online company in my younger years… I don’t currently have the emotional bandwidth (or the desire) to be a solo entrepreneur. But I do like to make stuff. Here are some of my solo projects:

Lorenzut

Lorenzut

I just want to do something meaningful, pay my bills, and take care of my health all at the same time. Is that so much to ask?!?!?!?

Remote Faces

Remote Faces

Always open to ways I can add silliness to my life, this little project let me play with getUserMedia, using your computer's webcam to capture animated GIFs of you while you pretend to work.

Underpolished

Underpolished

I really like how easy it is to start a conversation with tools like Intercom. But live chat ain't for me. So I built this little alternative for starting an email conversation.

Radically Marginal

Radically Marginal

When you have existential crises as often as I do, and the way that you process those existential crises is by being a snarky asshole... sometimes you just need an outlet.

Practicar.mx

Practicar.mx

A practice tool that I made for myself while taking clases de español en la Ciudad de México.

Luxonis

Luxonis

Narcissism notwithstanding, I’m the fullest stack engineer that you’ll ever meet. Adding to my frontend dev, backend dev, iOS dev, and design skills... here I got to do Machine Learning Engineering, Computer Vision, and even some firmware development.

Dealcatcher

Dealcatcher

Always a fan of wearing as many hats as possible, here I got paid to learn iOS development, conversion rate optimization, UX design, and SEO... in addition to increasing existing skills like UI design and full-stack dev.

Pickmonitor

Pickmonitor

A horridly ugly website that I sold in 2017, and that in no way reflects my values, interests, or coding skills... but that I have to include. Because this is where it all started for me.

For Human Sake

For Human Sake

The year after I got divorced was a bad year for me. The emotional fallout from that - while at the same time embracing the loneiness of remote work - led me to co-create a mental health community for software folks.

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