I'm a mobile software developer based out of Toronto Ontario, Canada. Building native mobile applications for recognized brands since 2009. Well versed in design patterns, test driven development (TDD), and platform porting (iOS apps to Android and vice versa).

In a previous life, I was a Drupal developer and I still do some custom Drupal module and theme development. Recently I've picked Symfony as my PHP development framework of choice, and will use it as a starting point for projects not fit for Drupal.

This site is primarily used to showcase the work I've done in the past and illustrating what I've learned in my years of experience. See the contact page for contact information.

M.Sc Computer Science - University of Guelph ('08)
B. Comp (Honours), Business Administration minor - University of Guelph ('05)

Sweet Tea...

Last night I went out with my sister's family for dinner. They were all ordering drinks at dinner, and I realized they kept saying "can I have a sweet tea". My curiousity got the better of me and I asked "what's sweet tea?" The response was interesting enough to blog about.

Down here in VA, asking for "tea" at a resturant will get you unsweetened ice tea. I thought that was so strange, so I made a list of what you'd have to ask for to get what you want.

lululemon event

We did this really fun event in Oakville for lululemon athletica over the past weekend. Here's the video of the event.. It was only an hour session, so right afterwards, I went back to coding my thesis work :)

Anyways, the video:


I want OUT!

I know I’ve been at the U of G for 6 years now, and I loved it here. It’s very cheap to party, everyone is so friendly, and I’ve made some really great friends in my time here. But today I found out some information that absolutely floored me. I now believe it’s time I distance myself from the department. It is time that I grow up, get serious, and get the heck out of this school!

Drupal Camp Toronto

I finally attended a conference! It was my first and I hope will not be my last. I found it unfortunate that the conference that I attended did not have to do with my masters’ research, but at least I can say I have gone to a conference. It was not called a actually considered a conference because no one had to pay for anything, and there were no clean up crews to clean up after us, so they called it an unconference.


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