Professionally, a Python programmer for networks and distributed systems with loads of experience building full-stack software on Linux and BSD. Unprofessionally, I've worked with C on Unix for over a half-decade and focus on writing maintainable, secure, and structured code.
I also dabble in Haskell (Warp/Wai especially), and have a really, really solid knowledge of modern web standards, protocols, and best practices.
When I'm not programming, I'm either biking or hiking.
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