I'm a software developer in San Francisco.
I'm working on another iOS app, this time using RubyMotion. Stay tuned.
imageproxy is an open source image manipulation proxy server written in Ruby as a Rack app. It's a great way to resize images on the fly so you don't have to manually resize them every time your UI design changes. It works quite well in production (but for high-performance applications, there are undoubtedly faster alternatives). Check it out.
Older Personal Projects and Code Snippets
wshlst—a group wish list web site, written in Rails. It's currently not open for signups.
Palbum—an iPad app for viewing your friends' Facebook photos. (The app doesn't seem to work anymore and I haven't yet updated it.)
Expectacular—a matcher library for Cocoa/Objective-C. The goal is to have a full-featured matcher library that can be grokked easily by XCode's code completion.
SeleniumQuery—makes Selenium testing in Ruby a little easier by helping you build a jQuery string in Ruby that can be executed in the browser during a test.
BoardsConsult and RotationTracker —an exam preparation website for the US Medical Board Exams and Licensing Exams (focusing on clinical pathology), and a medical resident rotation evaluation website, both written in Rails. (Neither site is currently maintained)