Hello. My name is Armand.
I’ve been described as a cheeky round-faced ball of enthusiasm with a passion for the digital world. Been programming pretty much forever.
I live in the Icy North. If you assumed that’s Norway, that’s nice of you, but it’s actually a little place called Ithaca. I don’t mind milling around gorge enthusiasts and libraries to which I owe money, so it’s a good life.
I’ve been involved in the technological world for the majority of my existence. At a wee 13 years old, I worked in a tech salvage facility repairing used PCs.
I have an ostentatious-looking bookshelf which I will tell you now I have read 80% of. Knowledge Systems, The Linux Cookbook, SQL Antipatterns, and Windows 95 for Dummies stand among the trophies of my industrious autodidactic career.
I went to film school. That was neat.
I read and write a lot, I’m a humorous gent, when people ask me to attend social functions I always ask if there will be food… What else is there to know about me?
In essence, I’m a witty web programmer with a drive for learning and creation, looking to take a bite out of the world. I’m as full of irreverence as I am diabetes, and I can be very helpful.
That’s pretty much it. If you ever want to hear about the groundbreaking lawsuit that cost me the “WORLD’S GREATEST GENIUS” trademark, then you’re gonna have to earn my trust in one of the side quests.