February 1st, 2018 | press | 2 minutes
Originally published on Innevation.com.
Developers.Vegas connects businesses and developers in Las Vegas. We host a monthly meetup called Demo Day where developers show off what they’ve been working on. And we offer custom email services to business looking to reach the 2000+ developers in our network at Developers.Vegas.
I am the UX Architect at CHSI Technologies and I started Demo Day on my weekends which turned into Developers.Vegas.
I grew up in Michigan and went to Michigan State University. I am a self-taught developer.
My team won 2nd place at Startup Weekend 2017. Happy to be part of this community!
We are in the business of technology — Las Vegas developers work on everything from AR to VR to robots to apps to websites. We are the opposite of non-technical. 🙂
I’m a productivity nut. I would like to be more efficient and humans as a whole to be more efficient.
You often have to make an investment in inefficiencies in order to be more efficient. For example, being nice to people and chit-chatting doesn’t seem like the quickest way from point A to point B for programmers. But the most effective programmers learn what makes humans tick, care about these things, and are able to bring out the best in their peers or coworkers.
I read a lot, so there’s a lot I could list here. The advice that has probably had the biggest impact on me comes from “The Power of Habit” by Charles Duhigg. My takeaway is that if you offload a lot of cognitive processes into good, regular habits, you can think a lot less and do a lot more.
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