Things I've built recently.


Primer is an open-source beginner's guide to crypto and web3. If you're interested in learning more about crypto or know someone who is, send them to!

If you're interested in contributing or adding to it, feel free to make a PR in the GitHub repo.


I created 1,000,000 Non-Infinite Cosmic Optimism tokens ($NICO) and have a small liquidity pool pricing $NICO at about $1 USD on Uniswap. I'm hoping to use these as access tokens for future projects... Long live magic internet money.

This is not financial advice and I have no idea what I'm doing, but trade $NICO here. You should only need exactly 10, so please don't drain the pool! is a fun and beautiful way to share your Ethereum wallet with friends. You can also lurk on any wallet's contents using its address or ENS because why not?

Here's Vitalik's wallet as an example. Since his ENS is vitalik.eth, you can view it at either or


An iOS app made for those of us living one day at a time. Get it here.


Percent is a system to track overarching life goals and analyze if you're actually sticking to them.

The idea came from a personal process I did myself for several months to quantify my life on a weekly basis.


A love letter to the golden Soundcloud era (circa 2013), Vibes is an online radio with playlists for every vibe. Check it out at

Zero Skips

Zero Skips is a 7-track, zero-skips playlist dropping every week. Subscribe here to get it in your inbox Tuesday nights.

Another Day in the Simulation

Inspired by Elon's Occupy Mars t-shirt, I created ADITS in 2018 after spending too much time thinking about the simulation theory.

First collection is out (Classic) -- store is paused while I create a few more collections!

React Meetup

I ran the React.js meetup in Green Bay — you can check out some of my presentations about interacting with databases, the history of React state, or integrating Storybook.


With Zen, I wanted to experiment with 3D design in the web, so I decided to build a few worlds that I could play in occasionally for a quick mental break.

It's built using three.js and runs on Glitch, a really cool platform to build small projects.

Salesforce Starter

While at IBM I learned to develop in Salesforce and wrote some documentation for myself. I figured if anyone wants to save themselves a headache, they can avoid the endless Salesforce on-boarding docs and just read what I distilled here. FYI, it might be wildly out of date.


Felist is a minimal organizer. I hated having to decide between a bunch of todo-list apps that were complete overkills for what I needed (I even wrote a semi-popular post about). So here's a sleek & minimal app to save you from todo-list oblivion.


I'm one of the top programming tutors on Wyzant! I'm the top search result for HTML, JavaScript, Ruby, etc. I even got my own URL:

I love to learn different technologies by getting involved in other people's pet projects. If you're interested, email me at for more info.