Hey there! I'm Greg. I'm a developer fellow at the New York Code + Design Academy, where I spend a lot of time working with Ruby and Rails. I also love working with data and R, competing in Kaggle contests, and learning about data visualization and self-quantification.
Outside of coding, I'm usually running or biking around Philadelphia, watching (or rewatching) science fiction films, cooking and eating with my wonderful wife, or walking our dog. I'll occasionally update the ol' blog when I think of something worth sharing, too.
Before I dove into the world of web and software development, I worked in psychological research, studying topics like personality, language, and measurement. You can find my published research on Google Scholar.
Now, I also enjoy building web apps with a psychological bent. Most of my code is available on my Github, too.
Three Good Things
Three Good Things helps users stick to a daily habit of writing down three positive things every day by sending out SMS reminders, tracking activity stats, and visualizing dimensions of psychological well-being over time.
Truyu allows users to complete a brief, scientifically-validated personality measure. Users can also rate each other, see how similar they are to each other, and learn how accurately they perceive themselves and others.
Psychological Ipsum is yet another ipsum generator, creating filler text inspired by the langauge of academic psychology. Perfect for your next mockup or journal article. Now with APA-style citations!