This web blog is written by Zach Leatherman.
The views expressed on this website do not necessarily represent the views of his employer.
On the web there is often more than one way to solve problems of code and usability. It isn’t sufficient to simply find a solution, you must discover the solution that balances often conflicting goals of accessibility, device independence, performance, usability, aesthetics, and future compatibility.
He enjoys watching and playing soccer, piano, finding patterns in both people and machines, movies that make him think or feel and oxford commas. He enjoys spending time with his beautiful wife and daughter and their two Great Danes, Roxie and Ella.
You can find him on the following services, but not all simultaneously and certainly not frequently.
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This entry, like Mr. Leatherman himself, is a work in progress.