Nicholas Romero is creating Programming, Music, Hardware
0

patrons

$0
per month
A natural self-starter and learner, I've worked with computers and other electronics since I was little.

After a quick stint in college and deciding it was not for me I opened my business and worked as a freelance IT consultant.

Year after year I quickly progressed from building simple brochure sites some of which annually reach more than 60k views and corresponding lead funnels help generate 1 million plus revenue a year.

While evaluating the best way to build an additional business I began to work full stack with best practices like test-driven development, continuous integration and deployment and open-sourcing what I learned.

One of my open source boilerplate projects Reango got me noticed at a Silicon Valley startup which I worked with cutting edge and experimental technologies. Further pioneering the Reango tech stack.

In the last few years, I 've begun to shift into Sysop, DevOps, and QA, in addition to my role as a software developer.

This includes running multiple bare metal hypervisors at home and at work using Ubuntu and KVM (KVM being used at AWS now) for things like data science supercomputers.

I've also worked with the netstack at almost all levels, configuring not just DNS and hostnames but private intranets resolvable only through VPN.

Built ZFS RAID arrays that can lose multiple disks and be rebuilt with the replaced disk.

My computer hobbies vast as they are aren't the only options I have to work with.

I've worked in various medias such and familiar with a DAW (digital audio workstation) just as much as I am with CAD. Love animals and horticulture. And can assimilate into almost any social group with fluidity.

My first time out of America was to India for a month by myself to give a talk at Pycon India 2017. I'm somewhat well traveled, polite,

Needless to say, I'm an absolute autodidact.
Tiers
Cool Stuff
$2 or more per month
Nice stuff for all
Goals
$0 of $10 per month
5 Peeps
1 of 1
A natural self-starter and learner, I've worked with computers and other electronics since I was little.

After a quick stint in college and deciding it was not for me I opened my business and worked as a freelance IT consultant.

Year after year I quickly progressed from building simple brochure sites some of which annually reach more than 60k views and corresponding lead funnels help generate 1 million plus revenue a year.

While evaluating the best way to build an additional business I began to work full stack with best practices like test-driven development, continuous integration and deployment and open-sourcing what I learned.

One of my open source boilerplate projects Reango got me noticed at a Silicon Valley startup which I worked with cutting edge and experimental technologies. Further pioneering the Reango tech stack.

In the last few years, I 've begun to shift into Sysop, DevOps, and QA, in addition to my role as a software developer.

This includes running multiple bare metal hypervisors at home and at work using Ubuntu and KVM (KVM being used at AWS now) for things like data science supercomputers.

I've also worked with the netstack at almost all levels, configuring not just DNS and hostnames but private intranets resolvable only through VPN.

Built ZFS RAID arrays that can lose multiple disks and be rebuilt with the replaced disk.

My computer hobbies vast as they are aren't the only options I have to work with.

I've worked in various medias such and familiar with a DAW (digital audio workstation) just as much as I am with CAD. Love animals and horticulture. And can assimilate into almost any social group with fluidity.

My first time out of America was to India for a month by myself to give a talk at Pycon India 2017. I'm somewhat well traveled, polite,

Needless to say, I'm an absolute autodidact.

Recent posts by Nicholas Romero

Tiers
Cool Stuff
$2 or more per month
Nice stuff for all