I was an electronics technician in 1988 when I discovered software. I went back to college in Boise, managing campus IT labs and did IBM and Federal R&D grants which were quite successful.
I was at two startup companies during the Dot Com Boom. Aftward I moved to corporate consulting because startups dried up. I did corporate systems in progressively higher positions but wasn't happy with the politics so now I focus on hands-on coding and technical design.
I inherited my mother in 2017 and moved to Vancouver, WA. I'm seeking a hands-on position for five years, perhaps part-time afterward. I'm business and delivery-oriented, I'm not interested in socialization, foozball, SJW stuff or Saving The Earth. I'm just not pretentious enough.
If you think I can't code after 30 years of coding, you're a paranoid idiot or an elitist egotist and I've had enough of both. Just admit you're an ageist and don't annoy me with a perfunctory interview. I maintain this website mostly because there's a social expectation of online presence.