I've been a professional software developer for over 15 years, and programming as a hobby since the mid-1980s.
I often use Bytes Templar for my projects. It just makes me smirk. 😏
In my off hours I used to dabble in mobile and game development. I still do now and then, but nowadays I've been dipping my toes into information security (and hopefully hardware). While I've had a vague interest in these fields in the past, I'm finally starting to take the plunge and learn everything I can.
By day, I'm a software developer for Infinity Interactive, hacking away on whatever software platforms I'm called on to tackle -- and I crave learning new things. They're a talented group of developers and consultants who know tech inside and out! What problems can they solve for you? (Seriously, that's not an ad -- I love 'em. 😎)
In my off hours, I've been giving more attention to information security. As is always the trend with me, I end up taking an interest in everything, so my attention is divided between various areas in the field. I find I have an affinity for OSINT and tend to enjoy the red-team side of things, though.
I've been taking advantage of various CTF and educational hands-on sites, along with some heavy note taking to
Not much to be proud of here yet, but I'm workin' on it. 😅