About Me

Builder of Things

Whether it's web/mobile apps and backends with code, or my temple with iron, being swole of the mind and of the body is a never ending glorious journey.


I've been developing for right at 3 years. After interning during my college days at Syntech Creative, formerly Mountain State Computer and Network Solutions (MSCNS), I was brought on as a web developer, where the foundations I had learned in college were battle tested in real-world applications.

Tech Stack

My backend language flavor of choice is Python, using the Django web framework. For the front end, I use AngularJS and Javascript. When I'm in the mobile world, Ionic has always met my needs.

Time Spent


Together with my SO, we assist our little one learn to find her way in this world



I love to stay on top of current trends to stay relevant in the ever-changing field of web development


I like picking things up and putting them down


'Cuz cupcakes are awesome...duh

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Some catching up to do....

Feb. 16, 2016, 12:55 p.m.

So this is my first blog. I have tons of things to write about, from giving glory to the Allspotter to why you should use the 'track by' keyword in Angular 1.x, to even why you need to have the functionality to upload multiple images using Django Rest Framework with Ionic. Since I now have the time to write about these things, I should probably get started instead of rambling ... Read More »

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A Quote


"There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self."

An In Depth Look

Growing up, I've always had a knack for figuring out how things work. It always bugged me to no end whenever I couldn't figure something out on the first try, so I would spend many hours awake until I found a solution. Since then, I've met and worked with some people who have taken that knack and turned it into a flourishing career in web development.

For front end development my skills include HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, Angularjs, Ionicjs, and I'm currently learning and working on making things Responsive, and incorporating UI/UX into the early stages of my workflow. I've used AWS for static asset management.

On the backend, I use Python/Django with a PostgreSQL db. I like to use open source tech to build RESTful APIs, Such as Django REST Framework.

I've spun up Linux servers on Digital Ocean, and I've also used PaaS such as Heroku.

By no means is this an all inclusive list, as I'm always looking to tackle new challenges in different technologies and stacks.