I've been steadily — if not gainfully — employed since high school, and have acquired a number of unanticipated skills along the way. With luck my future employment won't center on my ability to fix a printer, sort mail, set up a corporate VPN, sell a product warranty, navigate a city, be a chauffeur, or monitor the comings-and-goings of seventeen-year-olds, but in this economy one can never be too sure. This list exists in full form chiefly to keep me from forgetting.
|Manager, Data AnalysisHomestead Technologies, 2006-2009||details|
|Research AssistantStanford Medical School, 2006-2007||details|
|Web DesignerStanford OFTS, 2005-2006||details|
|Research AssistantStanford Department of Economics, 2004-2007||details|
|Orientation CoordinatorStanford New Student Orientation, 2004-2005||details|
|GraderStanford Department of Mathematics, 2004-2006||details|
|Undergraduate TutorStanford University Mathematics Organization, 2003-2006||details|
|Reunion Homecoming Team LeaderStanford Alumni Association, 2003-2007||details|
|IT SupportIron Age, 2003||details|
|Residence AssociateColumbia University, 2003||details|
|Mail ClerkIkon, 2002-2003||details|
|CourierJet Messenger Service, 2002||details|
|Rep IBest Buy, 2001-2002||details|
Coding helps me explore unusual, aesthetic questions. While it might be a stretch to classify the following as research proper, each represents something deeper than just-a-website. All can be played with to satisfy your own curiosity, although some need to be downloaded first.
I relax by riding my bike, building things, brewing beer, and writing code. Outside of a few forum posts and a handful of pictures there's not much evidence of the first three, but last has the satisfying property of self-exposition. I haven't received any queries about acquisition, but only time will tell; in the meantime, I'm happy enough to have made some piece of the world a little more entropic.
All Android projects have been removed, as it became impossible for me to keep up with the rapidly-shifting requirements of the Android marketplace. Partially because of Google's constant need to deprecate platform APIs and increase marketing presence, and partially because I misplaced the packaging keys.
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|H Where is Kyle?||details|