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)

Allergy season is here. HELP!

Now that it’s allergy season, I’m having a hard time doing anything! It’s really unfortunate because the colour’s outside are just gorgeous. I’ve been aching to go outside and take some nice pictures, but if I haven’t taken at least 2 Claritin, my eyes are watery, I’m sneezing all over the place, and my nose won’t stop running. I managed to take a few, but not nearly as much as I wanted.

Software Engineer in Training

    Before I got down to business in the library, I thought I’d write a blog post about the coincident series of events that has happened in the past week or so. You can tell by the title it has something to do with Software Engineering and me training to be one.

Facebook Strike!

    I found this article, and realized something needed to be done about my facebook addiction.

Too Search Engine Optimized?

Is it possible that my little blog is too search engine optimized? I had a meeting with my advisor today and she gave me a talking to about blogs and why they shouldn't be on the CIS website. She pointed out that when a website is too search engine optimized, it will show up on google and so will things that might not want to be associated with the department. Just to prove her point, she did a few googles on the department and pointed out that my blog shows up because of my SEO.

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