I’m a web developer living in Montreal, Canada. I love Thai food, vintage motorcycles, and world travel. I make web apps at Mozilla, the company behind the lovely Firefox web browser. I like to hack on other things, from computers to cocktails. I’m a total motorcycle junkie and I sometimes find graphic designers cute.
- High Fidelity
- HTML5 Podcasts app with offline support. Available as an Open Web App on Firefox OS.
- Face Value
- Cash-based currency converter. Free on the App Store, as an Open Web App, or simply a web app.
- Fog Burner
- A Mac menubar app that keeps your display from sleeping.
- An open-source Rails app for tracking job applications by sarah semark. I contribute mostly server-side and front-end test code.
- An HTML5 Foursquare client. Available on the Firefox Marketplace.
- Conference Katamari
- SIX IS THE LIMIT. The golden conference rule.
- Mozilla’s community directory. I was a lead developer on the first version of the app.
- Mozilla’s Django app template, used by Firefox Input, Mozillians, and mozilla.org.
- Firefox Nightly
- I maintain the Firefox Nightly download page and moved the code to GitHub. (My first commit at Mozilla!)
- Mozilla Webdev Bootcamp
- I helped dogfood, and now help maintain, the Web Developer bootcamp at Mozilla.
- I refactored the entire front-end and JS stack at ViewPoint.ca, as well as made massive usability improvements to their map.
- Nova Scotia Government
- I created the Nova Scotia Government's Twitter account, helped move government onto GitHub and open source technology, and improved accessibility and process.
Get in touch
You can email me or follow me on Twitter.