After the boot camp, he got a job at Virtual Hold Technology where he helped transition the core product from C++ to Erlang, a language focusing on concurrency and high fault tolerance. There, he paired with juniors, teaching them the finer points of Erlang, Agile, and the various other technologies associated with the stack. He’s participated in a number of hackathons and found each of them to be incredibly rewarding. Recently, he got a job as a web developer at OnShift and Is very much looking forward to the new challenges before him.
- He was once a boot camp student himself.
- He was in several college bands.
- He is a diehard Browns fan.