Computers are meant to serve people— Not the other way around.
Software is supposed to make it easier and more enjoyable for people to live and work.
I try to remember that, and work hard to make users’ lives a little bit better.
I’m also proud of the side project I did in the summer of 2009, PythonTurtle . It’s an educational program meant to teach Python to beginners and kids. It was downloaded by more than 20,000 people, and even though it is primarily geared toward children, it has also proven successful with adults.
You may also browse my personal website, which contains various articles that I’ve written.
Also: My GitHub profile.
I take contract jobs, working remotely (telecommuting) from my home office in Tel-Aviv, Israel.
I usually take only one or two projects at a time so I’ll have enough time to dedicate to each project.
I bill by the hour. (The price varies depending on the job, contact me for a quote.)
I maintain communication with my clients using voice chat, video chat, plain old international phone, and email — whichever way the client prefers.