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)

Subversioning my Research

    So I started doing something research related… and its CODING! Geez, I can’t remember the last time I touched Java. Oh yeah, Distributed Systems. So it has been less than a year, but still, a year is a long time to not code any java. But in that year, I did learn that I should start applying industry standard approaches to my software development projects.

Unfortunately, my lap is empty

    I was trying to think of a title to this blog post, and this was the best I could come up with given the subject matter. I haven’t done a school related blog post in a while, not because I haven’t been doing work. It’s more because I was embarrassed. Don’t worry; the title will make sense soon.

The Icey Aftermath

The snow yesterday was pretty crazy. It stopped snowing this morning, so I thought I'd take a few pictures. I went out this morning and snapped a few that I thought would look good on flickr. Here's one that was already blogged! What do you think?

Shovel Ice -

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What a rough reading week!


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