At present I'm a test architect at Wolters Kluwer ELM Solutions. Before that I was a senior software engineer, before that I worked at an ad agency, and a lifetime before everything I made records and thought my music was important and good. So, it should come as no surprise at all to learn that I went to school to be an English teacher.
Currently my pet project is my regex modeler, which when complete will accept a regular expression as input and output some strings that it would match, to make it easier to understand what a complicated one is doing. If this interests you too, please check out the project on GitHub. It's in F♯; I'm really not sure if that sweetens the deal or not.
I am also an (o)MSCS student at Georgia Tech, an MBA graduate from the University of Connecticut, a law school dropout, and a staunch supporter of the Oxford comma. I occasionally solve problems on Project Euler or answer questions on Quora.