This is my personal blog, covering everything and nothing.
I was born in Pittsburgh, where I still have a lot of family. My family moved to Mt Vernon Illinois when I was two and lived there four years before we settled in New Philadelphia, Ohio. When I graduated high school, my parents moved to SC while I went to Miami University, essentially leaving me homeless.
I graduated from Miami with a computer science degree, and a math minor. I used to write software at Magenic Technologies, but I’ve found that I like to help junior developers succeed more than I like to actually develop, so I now help with operations. I still like to code, but more of the app variety than the enterprise website kind.
I have an older brother, a younger sister, and a younger brother. We’re all good friends and get to hang out during the holidays. My parents live in St. Louis, which is nice, as we get to occasionally drive down to see them.
I’m married to my high school girlfriend, Julie. We discontinuously dated for just shy of 10 years before I proposed to her on Mt. Haleakala after we watched the sun rise. We were married on a cruise ship before it set sail through the eastern Caribbean.
In my spare time I like to study buddhism, personality types, and personal development. I generally prefer deep, one-on-one interactions, which makes me wonder sometimes why I started this blog (and should answer why I don’t post more often!).
Here’s a short list of books I’ve read or am reading, in no particular order:
- Difficult Conversations
- The 7 Habits Of Effective People
- What Every Body Is Saying
- Satipatthana: The Direct Path To Realization
- Darth Plagueis (Many Star Wars books, but I’m currently reading this one)
- Getting Things Done
- The Experience Of Insight
- How To Enjoy Your Life And Your Job (First personal development book I remember reading)
- The Law Of Success (Listened to the audiobook when I was on-site at a client)
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