Web developer, speaker, entrepreneur, startup founder, dad, husband, Jewish follower of Jesus.
I created Youth Service Network's YsnMN.
- I created Chavah, the best Messianic Jewish and Hebrew Roots radio on the web.
- I authored RavenDB's tooling, the HTML5 RavenDB Management Studio.
- I built 3M's Visual Attention Service.
- I'm the creator of MessianicChords.com, an ad-free HTML5 site for lyrics and guitar chords to Messianic Jewish music.
- I built EtzMitzvot.com, a fun project visualizing the relationship between commandments in the Hebrew Bible.
- I'm currently building a startup company, BitShuva, around open source internet radio.
- I blog over at DebuggerDotBreak.
- I help run Twin Cities Code Camp.
- I run the oldest Messianic Jewish blog on the web, Kineti.
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