I am a Christian, a husband, a software developer, and a maker.
I have a fierce passion for problem solving, especially through software development. I am good at designing and implementing simple and complex software solutions. I have weaknesses and failures too. I co-founded a company in 2004 that had to close its doors in 2009. For me, saying "no" is harder than saying "yes." But because of going through a startup failure and taking a "fearless inventory" of myself, I am becoming the best me I can be. Read more »
As a part of my learning Bootstrap, I decided to upgrade my own website's design with a fancy new laquer. Also, my thzinc-a-day photo now shows up, which is something I've been wanting to integrate for a while now. W00t!
I have been sharing some of my vision for and progress on Budgetcraft on the blog. I've gotten the chance to talk to a few more people about it, and it is really helping to solidify what Budgetcraft needs to become. I've also grabbed the Twitter handle, @Budgetcraft, and I would love to join in conversation on gaming, finances, and habits. I look forward to 2014 and all it holds!
Happy New Year!
I am working on a new project that I've dubbed Budgetcraft. While it's not quite ready yet, Budgetcraft will be a budgeting and accounting tool that you will want to use. I'm building a simple but powerful budgeting tool that will help and enourage its users to win at their finances by incorporating elements of gaming into the process.