I have been mentioned by...

Full Stack Academy

"Ironically, imposter syndrome is most likely to strike right at the point when you achieve success, says developer Keri Savoca. She describes imposter syndrome as a “defense mechanism”—albeit a misguided one that ultimately hurts us—that kicks in because we are averse to giving ourselves credit for our achievements, even though we’d likely praise someone else for achieving the exact same thing. Those who experience imposter syndrome are very quick to be hard on themselves, yet would never treat others the same way. So how can you unlearn these negative thought patterns and start giving yourself the benefit of the doubt?"


My article, What Happened When I Cancelled My Home Internet, is cited and analyzed in this piece.


Coding in Simple English is featured as one of the best web development blogs on Medium.


My article, Programming is hard, made the list.


My article, What Happened When I Cancelled My Home Internet, is cited and analyzed in this piece.

I have been interviewed by...

The Writing Cooperative

I was interviewed by Kayla Lee about how I got into technical writing.

I have presented at...

SC19: The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis (Denver, CO)

"The world is in the midst of a technological revolution. The emergence and sophistication of machine learning, artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, and smart data are pushing the limits for making what was once impossible, possible. As technology is increasingly being used to automate and simplify tasks there are many questions arising – how much autonomy machines should be given, what regulations should be put in place to govern software development, what additional training should humans have to manage these new software systems, and ultimately, who is responsible when software fails and causes property damage, injury, or loss of life."