Hello, my name is


and I’m a really big nerd.


Let me show you what I do

About Me

Keep calm and automate everything.

Work Experience

New Century Software – Release Coordinator
  • Setup and maintenance of a continuous integration build system using Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS).
  • Customization and automation of TFS work items and agile workflows.
  • Developing installers using InstallShield and Wix.
  • Developing tools using C# for automating internal processes.
Epic River – Configuration Management
  • Setup and maintenance of a continuous integration build system using CruiseControl.net, nAnt, and Subversion.
  • Planning and configuration of a multitude of Windows test environments, including use of Active Directory, Group Policy and various Microsoft SQL Server configurations.
  • Administration of network security, server software installations, and desktop systems.
  • Writing XSLTs and scripts to handle large incoming and outgoing XML data feeds.


Hardin-Simmons University – BS Chemistry
  • 3.5 GPA
  • Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society
  • 2006 Freshman Mathematics Award
  • 3 year undefeated flag football champion


I love spending time outside and in nature.  Skiing, mountain biking, and backpacking are some of my favorite activities.  I also enjoy all things nerd.  Building computers, gaming, and tinkering with my phone as well as writing scripts to automate daily tasks or make actions faster.

My Skills

From software builds to Agile workflows, I can automate it all. No process should be done manually more than once.

C#, Javascript, and Python are my current languages of choice but I’m always down to learn something new to get the job done.

With the Rocky Mountains in my back yard I always have a beautiful backdrop for a photo.

I’m not afraid to decompile some code, engineer solutions, or find workarounds to make things work.

My Blog


Guide: Install Moonlight on Raspbian/RetroPie

I recently purchased a Raspberry Pi 2 with the intent of turning it into a retro gaming machine.  With the…

[Android] Using Jquery to Make Cross Domain Requests in Tasker Javacript

I prefer to use JavaScript in my Tasker tasks because it can be edited on a computer and allows for much…

[AutoHotkey] LibPushbullet: A Library for Easy Push Notifications

In software, sending alerts and notifications to other devices has never been the most fun task to accomplish.  Then Pushbullet…

Parsing JSON data with Tasker and Other Nerdy Endeavors

With the recent news that T-mobile customers can subscribe to MLB At Bat for free, a friend of mine was…

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