I’m the former CTO of Mocavo.com in Boulder, CO.
I developed a popular WordPress plugin called What Would Seth Godin Do.
This blog has been mentioned on Wired.com, Lifehacker.com, Entrepreneur.com, Seth Godin’s blog, and Smashing Magazine.
I previously worked at FamilyLink.com and More Good Foundation.
I grew up in Las Vegas. I began computer programming at age 12 when my grandfather gave us his IBM PC and I read the DOS and BASIC manuals cover to cover. Later my parents sent away for the Power C compiler, and I began programming in C. I frequently walked to Radio Shack to buy transistors, diodes, and other odds-and-ends to build and play with. In high school, I had a brief stint at not being a full-time nerd. I was a missionary in Brazil for two years. I graduated from Brigham Young University with a BS in Business Management.
This website is hosted on a Mac mini running at Macminicolo.net, courtesy of my friend and old college roommate Brian Stucki.