I'm originally from Baltimore, Maryland, and now live in White Plains, New York with my amazing wife Elina and daughter Lielle.
Professionally, I’m a software designer and developer currently looking for work.
Some of my other interests are feminism, driving, hiking, cycling, travel, the future, Judaism, Israel, science fiction, video games, gadgets, and science.
- FS:: (MD) 2006 JCW R52 Convertible - VERY LOW MILES - North American Motoring
- What Led Amazon to its Own Microservices Architecture - The New StackThe real story of The New Stack, time and time again, has been about how companies with huge server demands, constrained by the inability of existing…
- New DIY Geometric Halloween Masks by Wintercroft | ColossalNew DIY Geometric Halloween Masks by Wintercroft via Feedbin Starred Entries for email@example.com
- AMC renews Halt and Catch Fire for a 3rd season, even though nobody watched it - VoxRT @kottke: Woo! Halt and Catch Fire renewed for a third season!
- AWS Lambda Update – Python, VPC, Increased Function Duration, Scheduling, and More | AWS Official BlogLots of great new features for @awscloud Lambda! /via @jeffbarr
- Quick Logging Input/OutputQuick Logging Input/Output https://t.co/UY9ExvHjzn How I’m logging my daily productivity with @dayoneapp.
- [Begin Japanology] Season 4 EP08 : Sashimono Woodwork 木工 2011-03-10In Japan, traditional wooden furniture is assembled without using a single nail. Advanced sashimono joinery techniques have been passed down for centuries.…
- Building Without Nails The Genius of Japanese CarpentryWe've heard of the genius "technology" used in ancient times to build towering monuments with nothing more than primitive tools like stones and ropes. The…
- Jeff Barr on Twitter: "#AWS Lambda Update – #Python, VPC, Increased Function Duration, Scheduling, More - http://t.co/CIQP5XGE72 #reinvent http://t.co/pmxblrSCWw"#AWS Lambda Update – #Python, VPC, Increased Function Duration, Scheduling, More - #reinvent
- SQL Server Wait Statistics: Tell me where it hurts - Paul RandalHow many times have you walked up to a SQL Server that has a performance problem and wondered where to start looking?