I write web apps.
Since I was ~15, so almost half my life now. They (and I) have gotten better since my first attempts. I'm currently happily working with Ruby on Rails, React, and PostgreSQL, served with Nginx+Passenger on AWS.
I write code for fun.
I've always been interested in game development -- I fell in love with creating things on computers when I was 11, hanging out on AOL forums and discussing GameMaker and Hypercard. In 2015 I did a couple Ludum Dare 48-hour game jams, with great enjoyment and sleepiness.
I used PhaserJS here. Good engine, but the docs were confusing. Keeping scope under control made this a complete, if not spectacular, first-ever-game. Code was fantastically bad.
I used Phaser as the engine again, this time with the Brand New Magic of Babel so I could use ES6 features (classes!). That all worked well, I only failed in the 'build a fun game' department. Vastly superior to last, code-organization-wise.
When not writing code...
Richmond has a fantastic art museum. Anya and I go there whenever opportunity arises.
I also like to hang out with my kids -- Imogen loves to read and is currently hooked on Code.org, which is awesome, Ira is into Star Wars, though he still calls Chewbacca "the bear" sometimes. I read: Gene Wolfe, Neil Gaiman, Iain M. Banks, Terry Pratchett (and of course Tolkien, Lewis, etc.).
In the fake sports category, I got into golf a few years ago. I play with my dad once a month or so on a Friday, since we're both off work. It's very addicting, and should be relaxing.
I listen to music – Radiohead, Belle and Sebastian, Libertines, Punch Brothers, Sturgill Simpson, Vampire Weekend. I should listen to more Beethoven.
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