Way back when laptops didn’t fit in your lap, Andy was writing a UFO shoot-em-up game in Turbo Pascal on his dad’s Toshiba T1000 (its screen was about 4 inches high, blue-on-gray, no backlighting). Since then he’s strayed from formal programming, but maintained a love of building things out of bits.
During a decade of cognitive neuroscience research at the University of Illinois and then the University of Texas at Dallas, Andy picked up how to build the front and back ends for web pages. He’s not interested in delivering the minimum. Andy wants clients to use systems that are beautiful and make their lives easier.
He’s always up for a challenge, and always looking for ways to express an idea more elegantly. In his free time, he runs mud runs and plays Ultimate. And whenever the snow clears enough to see the sidewalk, he and his 2-year old and 5-year bike along the Niagara River in the prestigious Tour de Playground.
Currently Working On
- University of Kentucky Center for Clinical and Translational Science
- Virginia Cyber Range
- University of Kentucky
- Kean University
- Wichita State University
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Multivariate statistics and Volkswagens