I'm a Software Engineer, Cornell University grad, and Colorado native. Feel free to check out my Linkedin profile and Github account for a representation of my experience. I'm particularly interested in scalable web applications, mobile apps, and ultimately, solving meaningful problems using technology. Thanks for visiting!Linkedin Github
The wide availability of instruction through online mediums is enabling anyone to educate themselves about any topic on their own schedule. This is already impacting continuing education, and I'm excited to see how it will change the higher education experience going forward.
From electronic medical records, to diagnostics, to personal health data, there are many exciting opportunities surrounding health and medicine. The so-called "quantified self" movement has certainly moved into the mainstream lately, and I believe it's just getting started.
With the movement of services of all sorts into the cloud, the idea of the "smart grid" particularly intrigues me. Lots of infrastructure would have to be put in place to make this possible, but I believe we need this more robust and flexible system.
Computers are often used to reduce busywork to allow us to focus on the problems that people are better at solving. I think we still have a ways to go here. I also think that there is a lot of value in tools that enable teams and groups to coordinate and collaborate, because working in groups is so common and necessary in the workplace.