Hey, you wandered over here.
Samir Talwar. I'm a software developer in London, England, working at Palantir Technologies. I make things. Often websites.
My latest project is eventual.ly. It's a simple webapp that helps you use Twitter to organise real-world events. Incidentally, you should totally follow me on Twitter.
I'm interested in web development, functional programming, simple communication mechanisms and plugging things together. My GitHub page has a few things I've been working on.
I tend to spend a lot of time thinking about processes and mechanisms for developing software the "right" way, whatever that might be. If you're interested in my musings, please take a look at my blog.
Kinda. I also like teaching people. I've run a few workshops and sessions in tandem with the London Software Craftsmanship meetup group, and I'm on the associates committee. I'm currently foraying into giving talks at conferences, which is very exciting.
I learnt a lot at university. I got my masters from Imperial College London in Computing. A lot of it is self-taught though. I've spent a lot of time before, during and after university teaching myself, mostly through online materials.
Cool. You can email me at email@example.com.
Alrighty then. If you like, you can take a look at my CV. Contact details are up above.