I graduated with a degree in Computer Science, which means that my scribblings on our igloo walls and the little toy programs that I submitted on tanned seal skins were sufficient to convince at least a few people that I know something about making the little gnomes in the computer box do the things I tell them to do.
You may be further astounded to know that I graduated cum laude, which I must surmise is a phrase known to professors and classics majors as "went to class when able to elude the polar bear." Below you will note that I have included a picture of a polar bear, for emphasis.
Twenty dollars? But I wanted a peanut!
Twenty dollars can buy many peanuts.
I staple advertisements on anything that isn't moving and occasionally on something that is. But I get bored easily and have my nose in all manner of other bits of the site and engineering ops.
I ramble long-form on my blog.
You can see if my book, A Very Negative Book About PHP, is done yet here.
And to see what little open-source fiddlybits I've had time for lately, look me up at eropple on Bitbucket and Github. (I've had more time recently to write some open-y stuff again, this should grow in the nearish future. No promises, though.)