Craftsman, adventurer, wanderlust.
Journeyman software engineer by trade, but in general I love building all kinds of things. I subscribe to the "guild" ideal of software development. I believe our products can be meticulously engineered while remaining breathtakingly beautiful, in the same way an artisan can transform a block of marble into an ornately carved column that inspires the observer as much as it supports the structure. The notion of a software developer as a master craftsman truly resonates with me.
\\//_ Live long and prosper.
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