I'm a technologist, entrepreneur and developer.

I operate Traveling Tech Guy - a software consulting company. I specialize in web and mobile development, as well as integration projects, and managing software development projects of various sizes and complexities. I'm always looking for the next development challenge.

In my most recent projects I've been using NodeJS, Express, and various JavaScript frameworks. Prior to that, I developed in PHP, and several years of .Net in the enterprise. My mobile experience includes iOS, Android and WP.

I've been an avid Stack Overflow user almost from day 1. I'm thankful to the community for helping me out of sticky code situations, and hope that I can contribute back, by answering as many questions as I can - on Stack Overflow, Web Applications, Super User, and Android Enthusiasts.

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awarded Notable Question
Jul
17
revised Getting BadDigest error on successful Restify JsonClient call
edited tags
Jul
17
revised Getting BadDigest error on successful Restify JsonClient call
added gzip object to createJsonClient call
Jul
17
asked Getting BadDigest error on successful Restify JsonClient call
Jul
10
awarded Popular Question
Jul
5
awarded Good Answer
Jun
29
awarded Enlightened
Jun
28
awarded Nice Answer
Jun
27
comment How can I make a function defined in jQuery.ready available globally?
Not sure I understand your comment (and downvote). This code answers the question of how to create a function in the global namespace - outside of the jQuery handler.
Jun
14
accepted Bypass ESLint's `no-unused-var` for Should in a Mocha test
Jun
12
comment Bypass ESLint's `no-unused-var` for Should in a Mocha test
@denbardadym added gist per request - tests are obviously obfuscated, but I think the idea is preserved.
Jun
12
revised Bypass ESLint's `no-unused-var` for Should in a Mocha test
added gist
Jun
11
answered Bypass ESLint's `no-unused-var` for Should in a Mocha test
Jun
11
asked Bypass ESLint's `no-unused-var` for Should in a Mocha test
Jun
8
awarded Tumbleweed
Jun
4
revised Using Bower with Express
fixed code formatting - code does not like being in lists :)
Jun
4
answered Using Bower with Express
Jun
4
comment Using Bower with Express
@KevinB that's exactly what I want to do, but is that a manual step? I.e. copy .min files from the bower_components/..../dist/js folder to /public manually, or is there some gulp magic?
Jun
4
comment Using Bower with Express
and how do the components find their way to my prod/heroku server if they're not in the repo?
Jun
4
comment Using Bower with Express
I don't want the entire source, samples and documentation of a JS library I use to end up in my git repo.
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