What I'm doing now
I’m in New Jersey, and lucky to be able to work remotely. I'm keeping safe by adhering to social distancing and trying to support those on the front lines however I can.
I spend my weeks focused on my small business, Highview Apps and doing part-time consulting work. When I'm not working I'm spending as much time with my family as I can. These days that's mostly taking walks, riding bikes, playing board games together, video games together and sports.
I'm a very heath conscious person and grew up playing sports. I live a healthy lifestyle which includes weightlifting 5-6 days a week. I follow a body building routine. Lately, with everything going on, I've been focusing on at home workouts which include body weight exercises and dumbbell routines. I just started running and hope to make this a habit going forward.
I spend most of my downtime in the spring and summer coaching my daughters travel softball team. I love voluteering and helping the kids learn how to properly play the sport, become better hitters and teaching them how to play with respect and fun. I'm constantly learning new techniques and drills and paying them forward to the team. During the spring and summer this takes up the majority of my time when I'm not working and I wouldn't have it any other way.
I love comic books and am an avid reader. I've been reading comic books since I was a young child. These days my comic book reading habits include all indie books, while I do occasionally pick up a Batman or Spider-man story.
I'm also working on writing my first comic book series, which has slowed down a bit over the last few years due to the growth of my software company. Hopefully more about this soon.
My main programming stack is Django, Python3 and PostgreSQL. I'm also a hands on devOps engineer that uses Ansible to automate my deployments and operational tasks.
I'm not currently looking to pick up any new projects or responsibilities at this time. I'm also not taking on any new consulting clients as I'm currently booked.
If my activities or priorities change, I’ll update this page (inspired by Derek Sivers).
Last update: July 2020.