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++, Bash, and PHP. Tools I use include Git, Vim, and LaTeX.

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


Twitter - for small things


Google Plus - obligatory social network


Reddit - because internet


More to come!

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