I am an engineer. I consult, speak and write about my engineering endeavors, but I love architecting, building, and fixing computery things. I used to work at 318, the largest Apple Consultancy at the time. At 318 I managed projects, training, engineers and did a lot of other random fun stuff in my role as Partner and the Chief Technology Officer. I also did a pretty decent number of fairly complicated jobs for clients and occasionally wrote a piece of code or some such.
I then became a Product Manager at JAMF, where I built the team that made what was then called Bushel and is now called Jamf Now. I thin moved on to become the Director of Professional Services, and am now the Director of the Marketplace, which means I have the good fortune of working with the Research and Developer Relations teams to help Jamf customers by making sure Jamf Pro can integrate with more tools to make the lives of customers better. I still write and do some public speaking.