Who am I?

I'm a programmer, Stack Exchangeian, and "that guy who's good with computers." I also ramble about random topics on a blog sometimes, and make noises with the piano and viola. Occasionally, I even go outside (which is a weird, unusual environment) and hit a ball with a stick, which is what others call "tennis."

I am an open source ninja. I run Android on my phone, Ubuntu on my laptop, and post most of my codestuffs on GitHub (if I'm not too lazy).

What do I do?

I enjoy making tiny lights on screens light up the way I want them to, and the physical world confuses me. Here's a list of some of the things I do:

  • I'm a programmer. I'm good with front-end web development (HTML, CSS, JS (and jQuery), etc.), and I code in Ruby, Python, and (occasionally) Java. I also have a basic knowledge of C++ and Bash. Tools I use include Git, Vim, and sometimes LaTeX.

    As far as programming goes, I enjoy hacking random open-source projects (no, not the kind of malicious hacking that most non-programmers probably think of), making people's lives easier, doing things the right way, not doing things the wrong way (ahem, w3schools), and just coding random things for fun.

  • I'm a Stack Exchange guru. I'm a moderator ♦ Pro Tempore on Programming Puzzles and Code Golf and Puzzling. I have established accounts on various sites, including Stack Overflow (for programming) and Meta Stack Exchange (for discussion of the Stack Exchange network).

    Here's my network profile: profile for Doorknob on Stack Exchange, a network of free, community-driven Q&A sites

  • I have a blog, but I don't use it very often. You can still find some random ramblings of mine there.

  • About me: If you're here because you know me in person, you probably also know that I'm a llama. I'm also sometimes: A doorknob, a human-eater, a potato. Suffice to say, I'm definitely not... normal.

Where else can you find me?

Click the logos to visit my account/profile on the site. Many of these I don't use, but am obligated to have an account on anyway because social media. (note that I am in no way implying that Stack Exchange is a social network of any kind!)

Stack Exchange - the best Q&A sites

Stack Exchange

GitHub - open source code

GitHub

Twitter - for small things

Twitter

Google Plus - obligatory social network

Google+

Reddit - because internet

Reddit

More to come!

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