I’m a big fan of tmux and I use it daily. Over time I will open more
and more windows and my workspace starts to get a bit cluttered. Occasionally I
will try to open some file in vim that is already open in another window. I
used to dread playing “find the right window,” especially if I had backgrounded
vim. This happened often enough that I spent the time to make a little tmux
keybinding for finding that window automatically.
My full time engagement is with the very talented team at Ardan Labs.
We specialize in the Go programming language and offer training and consulting
From February 2015 to February 2016 I was a contracting engineer at Wrecking
Ball Media Group. As a part of this team I worked on a web based
community platform for Adobe. The project utilized several different
APIs from Adobe and other vendors to create a white labeled site for connecting
and empowering creative youth.
From October 2010 to February 2015 the majority of my development focus was
with my employer TimeIPS. We made a time and attendance system which is used by
thousands of companies around the world.
It seems like every *nix developer hosts at least their bashrc file on GitHub
and I am no exception. My repo uses the Ruby gem homesick to easily
keep my config files in sync.