Hello and welcome to my homepage!
I'm a computer programmer and occasional entrepreneur. I graduated from Amherst College in 2005 with a BA in CS. I'm currently living in Boston, MA, but looking to move out to Silicon Valley. My professional interests include programming language design, user interface design & programming, and AJAX webapps.
From January 2007 to June 2008, I cofounded GameClay, a webapp to make your own casual games online. It failed to get off the ground, but I learned some valuable lessons, many of which I've put up for public consumption. Before that, I worked at a financial software startup, writing their development environment and a trade verification webapp.
I like to play around with small programs and libraries in my spare time, and this website provides a home for them. Many of these libraries were written for GameClay and open-sourced upon its demise; some of the others are things I've had up on my Amherst webspace for ages that I've finally moved over to a proper home.
A local filesystem wrapper that's API-compatible with Justin Azoff's MogileFS Python client. Intended for use as a development aid or mock object for MogileFS deployments, or for websites that don't know yet if they'll get big yet want to be able to scale up quickly.
A combobox widget built upon the JQuery UI infrastructure.
Python port of JSDoc.