Santa Cruz, CA
Clojure and Linux nut with a long standing interest in virtual machines and fancy networking of all sorts.
- For general Clojure chatting you can find me in IRC #clojure on freenode (thearthur)
- email < my first name >@< my last name >.com
- if you want to guess my phone number it's 1-219 folowed by the name of my favorite programming language at the moment. (guess I'll have to stick to seven letter languages ;)
At work I write Clojure Web apps and such full time for yummly.com as well as writing "cloud" deployment systems (some would call it "devops", though I think that term is worn out by now). At home I play with Clojure, Linux, Pallet, docker, and Cryptography quite a bit. I have been a functional programming enthusiast for many years and get quite a lot of personal satisfaction every time i use anything map-reduce related.
I am interested in projects and people that are trying to steer the world away from "the corporate castle" metaphor. If you have or are thinking about such a project I would love to hear from you.
note for recruiters:
I'm not presently looking for a new job and I would like to politely decline any positions you might have with "devops" or "language-name engineer" in the title.
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