I present myself as a general purpose hacker, in a reference to general purpose computers – in particular personal computers – first introduced to the world as machines designed to give power to their owners and help them solve a wide variety of problems. I'm pursuing this idea in my practice as a software developer and manager of engineering teams and projects. I thrive in diversity – of technologies, of problem spaces, of peers.
Another way to put it would be to say I'm a technology factotum. I can play with most things I throw my heart at, but intimately master few of those. I'm most at home building web applications and backends, and accompanying teams in such endeavours.