I'm a polymath and autodidact with broad interests. I find that there is interesting detail almost anywhere you care to look, and that breadth of experience is greatly rewarded in both joy and an enriched perspective.
I believe in love, humanism, social mutualism, and optimism.
I think that our species is capable of a saner system of resource and labour distribution, leaving us all more free to pursue the interesting stuff: learning, playing and creating.
I think that ideological polarization and the resulting empathy gap is one of the most insidious challenges of our time.
I love languages. I speak fantastic English, decent Spanish and Afrikaans, mediocre German, and terrible Chinese and Zulu.
I write all sorts of things.
I develop software, emphasising the web space.
I help several families in Jo'burg make their tech work for them.
I wrote Pencilvillage, a light tabletop game about building and defending a village.
I wrote Defetter, which is a self-help guide for information addiction.
I wrote Lose The Glasses, which explains a model of myopia reduction.
I wrote Penciltown, a screen-free tabletop game about building and defending a city.
I consulted in content development for universities.
I co-founded Better, a creative hub and cowork space in Jo'burg.
I edited academic documents professionally.
I taught computer science to some incredible young adults in a traditional school setting.
I qualified as a BLS EMT.
I worked as a software developer in corporate, covering back-end and front-end pretty evenly and getting some iOS development in too.
I studied Computer Science at the University of Cape Town.