I am interested in pushing the limits of what can be done with interface technologies. Making software adapt to human behavior and predict what a person wants—In other words, making software a joy to use. I see that as the next great hurdle in technology—making software adapt to people instead of forcing people to adapt to the software.
I have a strong technical background in software development, web development, computer science, networking, and customer support.
I also apply other, less technical, skills into my work which makes everything work—things like art, psychology, and communication.
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