I write software, create websites, maintain my open-source projects. I also competed in the CyberPatriot computer security competition.
I've been writing code since I was 10 years old, when my friend introduced me to Small Basic. After finishing a few tutorials, I fell in love and started to make my own stuff. I just worked on whatever I thought was the coolest.
I love making cool stuff. That's why I have experience in so many different areas of programming. From smart phone apps, to network programming, to graphics programming, to machine learning, to game programming, I've done it all. But out of all of that, I enjoy backend work more than frontend. I love being able to let others use my work and be appreciated for it.
That being said, most of my projects aren't open source because I have high standards for myself. I only want to put out my best work, and if I don't think something I've made is good, I don't publish it.