Lazily inspired is the perfect fit for me. I believe in doing things for your convenience. (e.g., automation, services, the right tools) It’ll leave you with more time to do what you really like!
Side projects that I’ve worked on in the past. Mostly for the sake of learning.
As well as Enterprise Apps that I’ve created during my time as an app developer.
I always say you must have a good balance in your life. These are some of the hobbies that I like to do in my spare time.
I play tennis for fun and I always tell people to play it like you got nothing to win. You hit your best shots when you're just rallying around. Your mindset, however, shifts when you're playing a game; you get a little stiff and you don't hit that forehand as thorough as you'd like to and you won't get that top spin to get the ball to stay in the court.
Live your life as you got nothing to gain. Take risks. Enjoy every moment, is my mantra. Live every moment as if you're just rallying around and hit all the best shots you can.
Full Stack Native App Developer
Databases to Front-End. iOS, Android, Xamarin
Play Hard. Work Smart.
No need to work yourself to the bone. The more creative you are, the cheaper things will be.
Sense of humor
Can't take life too seriously. Have some fun while you're killing it.
Northern Lights App
Lazy people are smart?
haha saw this article today: http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-families/health-news/research-suggests-being-lazy-is-a-sign-of-high-intelligence-a7176136.html can’t wait to tell my mom.
Northern Lights Photo Taker – International
Saw this on iTunes today Pretty happy that people are using it and more importantly finding it useful! Here’s the translation (courtesy of google translate!): “This application is really worth to be bought for iPhone users who do not have their camera on them during the Northern Lights ! I just make great pictures[…]
I presented at CocoaConf 2104 today for the ‘we made an app for that’ contest. I told my friends to take a picture of me while I was presenting, haha. Look at the audience! So intrigued (either laughing with me or at me, but still laughing none the less) and filled with smiles, I can’t[…]
The making of CodeForCash – Part 2
This one is probably more fun for reading (that’s because it’s most pictures, yay!) I also didn’t proof read it, so uh sorry thta about. Enjoy! https://medium.com/@Awesometimes/codeforcash-part-2-https-itunes-apple-com-us-app-codeforcash-id896367987-mt-8-240f441351cc#.mbdlifnb1
The making of CodeForCash – Part 1
I decided to be like those hipsters and create a blog for my app. Not 1, but 3 parts (now that’s f’ing legit!!!(?))! Hope you like it: https://medium.com/@Awesometimes/codeforcash-575184280f31#.iex9gj3nu
The Next Web – Featured Article: Changefolio
Changefolio automatically donates to charity when you spend money
1st is the worst, 2nd is the best?
Angelhack 2013 – Runner up* – Changefolio *Placing first place got you the ride to go to San Fransisco, and the first place team opted out and we ended up taking their spot to San Fransisco. Does that mean we won?! A = B = C ? A = C ?! Transitive property lulz
Oldie but goodie
Here’s my 1-minute hackathon presentation at Tech Crunch Disrupt SF 2013. https://techcrunch.com/video/phashin-demo-at-hackathon-sf-2013/517925691/ Backstory to the name: There was this one group from the AngelHack hackathon that had an app called ‘Fashin’ that implied that all engineers had no taste for dressing nicely. I thought it’d be fun to poke fun at her.