I am a software engineer currently working to improve patient access to healthcare for Zocdoc as a Distinguished Engineer. In that role I provide mentorship to the team, accelerate the design and implementation of strategic projects, help teams make good technical and product choices, and drive the technical strategy for the organization.
I also write a lot of code and most of the code I write is for my job.
I also dabble with side projects when I can find the time though most of those are not fit to see the light of day.
What is this?
No clue. It's mostly a way for me occasionally experiment and form opinions about technologies I don't get a chance to use in my day to day job. And if it allows me to build an unholy rube goldberg machine of random technologies that should never be used in practice under the hood then thats fun too.