Solved by Code
Not just a cool name
Several years ago I was trying to come up with a decent name to use when taking on software contracts. Rather than just picking any old arbitrary name, I wanted something that really hit the point of what it is I do. Putting the idea of solving a real problem first, and the technology second pretty much nails it; hence Solved by Code. Whatever the problem, simple or complex, technology needs to be a supporting role. While I enjoy coming up with impressive feats of engineering just as much as the next programming geek, at the end of the day the real satisfaction is in successfully delivering a solution. After all, how can you solve the world’s problems if you’re never getting your projects out into the wild?
As a side effect of focusing on solutions instead of technology, I’ve found being a true full-stack polyglot to be extremely effective. When tackling a new project, being able to think through the issues from a consumer at 20,000 ft down to specific model interactions in code really shapes how a solution is designed. Because of this I have managed to become very adept at a range of languages and frameworks, from Elixir (my current infatuation) to Scala, Node.js to Ruby & Rails, C# to C for Arduino, and many things in between.
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