Removing my portfolio
As of today I’ve removed my portfolio from this site. The portfolio has always been the section most lacking in substance, and I feel I’ve reached a point in my career where my accomplishments are publicized well enough through my Twitter account, my GitHub profile, and through the efforts of my teammates at 10up that a dedicated “Portfolio” section on my site feels out of place.
Before 10up, I was often the only engineer working on a project; when I write about sites I’ve built, I’m comfortable in doing so because I was responsible for most–if not all–of the build. Now that I’m a member of a larger engineering team the glory (and indeed, failures) are shared amongst the team.
Some of the previous portfolio pages have been moved into back-dated posts in my blog, while the others (especially older projects) have been removed.