Muffin Man

This web site is named for a math problem I proposed several years back about the best way to divide a set of muffins. Dr. William Gasarch at the University of Maryland has created a presentation on the problem and his team's research toward a solution.

I am an experienced software developer, currently looking for a full-time or part-time position either in the Pioneer Valley or based in Greater Boston with substantial telecommuting. A few things related to this endeavor are my resume, my LinkedIn profile, and a word search website I'm developing. The GitHub repository contains some confidential information, so I've posted the open part of the source code separately for now.
I am also working on development of an online version of a popular tabletop game, which you can see here. The GitHub repository for this project is at https://github.com/matchups/campagne. I am currently working on using various machine learning techniques to optimize the computer's play.

In my spare time, I am a semiprofessional puzzle constructor, having recently published an extravaganza consisting of nine challenging, interconnected puzzles, funded on Kickstarter.

I have also started doing book indexing. I recently finished creating, as a portfolio piece, an index on The Life and Letters of Lewis Carroll. The book was written by Carroll's nephew, Stuart Collingwood, and is available from Project Gutenberg. Although this digitization shows the index entries, it does not have the page numbers.

The best way to reach me is by e-mail; I'm also on LinkedIn, Facebook, and BridgeWinners.