I am a software developer at ExtraHop Networks and a graduate from the University of Washington Information School. At ExtraHop I am a member of the platform team, leading the creation of a REST API to expose internal metrics to customers programmatically.
Like software, it seems like home remodel is never quite finished. For the past few years I have spent a couple evenings each week making improvements around the house. Follow my progress on Google+.
A list based browser history is really of no use to anyone. When was the last time you used yours and actually found what you were looking for? Myself and four other students at the UW spent our senior year working on a capstone project working to solve this exact problem.
The capstone project previously mentioned has introduced me to the amazing world of graph databases. Over the last few months I have taken every chance I can to work with or learn more about graph databases and their many uses. Graphs are far from new, but their potential in the software field is only finally being realized.
There are so many projects that I would like to work on when I have time, where do I even begin? One in particular comes to mind though...
Who doesn't want to make their own beer? The endless flavor combinations only you would dare to make? Inflicting your creations upon your friends or relatives? I have all the equiptment, now all I need is a little know-how and the time to get started. Maybe once the weather warms up a bit so the basement is within fermenting temperaturse.