Creates artisanal code.
Photographs and writes.
Was Robert Burns night just invented in 2021? Or is this a weird manifestation of Baader–Meinhof phenomenon because I've legit never heard of it before.
The Seattle Library system doesn't offer a return drop-off for a branch within walking distance—even after 10 months of pandemic. What should I do with these books I've had checked out since February 2020 that they don't want back?
Just said to cat: "I'm not sure what kind of weird-ass shit you believe in, but you don't deserve third dinner."
I've been writing at my blog for 17 years now at nykida.net . There's no particular theme. I usually write about space, travel, and culture.
I picked up taking pictures in High School. My favorite genres are infrastructure, cities, nature, and wildlife. Shooting with a Pixel 3 and Canon 6D. All of my work is available free of charge with a Creative Commons license.
I started traveling on my own during college and haven't stopped since. I've visited Italy, France, Germany, Austria, United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, The Netherlands, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Croatia, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Hungary, Poland, Liechtenstein, Iceland, Switzerland, Spain, Belgium, Belize, Mexico, Canada, and Honduras.
I work as a full stack web developer at a European travel company. Currently specializing in the Ruby on Rails framework and data integration with a particular interest in shaping customer experiences.
I have a Bachelor of Arts from University of Washington in Seattle, and majored in Law, Societies, and Justice with minors in Political Science and Human Rights.
I live with a cat named Minerva. Her primary skills are cuddling and hissing at everyone not named "Nikky." She's not particularly great at hunting the bugs around my apartment and usually spends her days chirping at the crows that perch outside my windows.
Seattle has been homefor the past 15 years. Much as changed over the years, but the water and mountains remain constants. Being a Washington native, I don't mind the grey skies and rainy seasons.