By day, I solve healthcare system integration problems over at iNTERFACEWARE, a software company based in Toronto, Canada. As a Solutions Architect, I design, build, test, and deploy various end-to-end solutions that enable the exchange of healthcare data between any system, application, or device at a speed that improves access to critical patient, administrative and financial information.
By night, I try my best to solve what I believe is a big problem in physics education: how to keep students engaged in a beautiful subject that is often stigmatized as being difficult and boring. Other projects I work on include a variety of Jekyll themes that I design, build, and maintain on GitHub, as well as a physics simulation engine built in Python. I also enjoy writing blog posts on my spare time.
I am always on the lookout for interesting projects to work on and passionate people to work with. If any of my projects interest you, or if you have any ideas of your own, I would love to hear from you.