I'm Andrew Mussey, a software developer at Fitnet in San Francisco, CA. I've been writing code for more than 10 years, focusing mainly on web technologies. My knowledge-base spans the full software stack, covering both front-end and back-end development.
I graduated from Virginia Tech in 2013 with a bachelor's in Computer Science. After graduation, I joined the Rackspace Cloud Control Panel (Reach) team in Blacksburg, VA, focusing primarily on back-end development, infrastructure maintenance, and developer enablement. I also served as the resident videographer for the Rackspace Blacksburg office.
On the side, I work as a freelance videographer for local startups, non-profits, and the standup comedy community. Notable clients include the coding group Let's Code Blacksburg! and the Smart Beginnings Reading Hour. Previously, I worked with Virginia Tech Television producing the sketch comedy series The Sketch.
I've produced a variety of videography and photography projects, including:
- The Rackspace Blacksburg (Racksburg) Tech Talks Series
- "Pet My Pets", a Startup Weekend Blacksburg 2014 Project
- Let's Code Blacksburg!'s Kids Series
- The Sketch's comedy videos from VTTV
Software Development Work Read more on my blog »
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Some other notable posts include:
- The software and visual design practices behind VTTV's new website.
- A lightweight Lua JSON validator.
- Converting HTML Colors from Hex to RGB/RGBA
While some of what I've worked on has been documented on this blog, additional in-progress projects I'm working on can be found on my Github and BitBucket profiles:
Get Drunk Not Fat getdrunknotfat.com
During the spring of 2012, I began working on an app to list the calorie counts in various drinks. During the summer of 2012, I teamed up with the creator of the website Get Drunk Not Fat, and that app became the official app for the website. It is currently available for $0.99 on both iOS and Android, and has sold tens of thousands of copies.
SK Lightworks sklightworks.com
A C# project created to allow for PC control of the Rockband Stage kit. The project gained significant traction in 2010 when Harmonix released Rock Band 3 on Xbox 360 without support for the Stage Kit.
Life in a Gun Shell lifeinagunshell.com
For 5 years, this comic strip was written and published on lifeinagunshell.com. From 2006-2010, the comic was also published in a Fredericksburg, VA newspaper, the Free Lance-Star.