I am a News applications developer for NPR on the news applications team. Most of our code is available for your perusal on GitHub, because we like to show our work. Before NPR, I worked at the Washington Post in Washington, D.C. I built a handful of APIs and some news applications. I even got to help predict an election. Eventually, I even open-sourced some of my code. Before the Post, I worked at the St. Petersburg Times in Florida. I contributed code to the Pulitzer Prize-winning PolitiFact, a data-driven mug shots site and a statistics-driven high-school sports site. There were also other projects that don't live on the internet anymore. I write about food on Twitter and code socially on GitHub. I track the wines I drink for amusement.