Computer Science Module 1001. Human.
Hi there, I work at Electronic Arts, the parent company of Maxis, and have historically been a huge SimCity fan. In addition to spending time with my family and pets, my hobbies include hiking, biking, creative writing, and flying model aircraft.
Computer Science Projects
A port of the book's source code to run on PHP 5 or later.
Cross-language HTTP API library
I'm incubating this and hope to one day push it to the Weburg GitHub organization. It's a library that allows coding in local language semantics and translates calls to and from HTTP dynamically for remote execution. Not RESTful by design, because who wants their API to rest? Current client languages I ported it to are listed below. The server is just Java right now.
Mind-body disorder awareness and beyond
The work of Dr. John E. Sarno has been of great service to bringing me greater self-awareness into how the mind and body works, and has helped me eliminate most allergies and seemingly inexplicable physical pain. I am always working out ways to spread it beneficially to others, but it faces a lot of obstacles in both industries and individuals. To go even further, I believe the full dynamic is mind-body-spirit, being that they are all interconnected.
I believe that preventing serious (and not so serious) illness, as well as aiding some of the healing from it, can be helped by understanding and doing the work related to the above point. Facing and processing all emotions in healthy ways, finding and living a purpose, and healing from trauma (like healing from a broken bone, for example) are important for overall health.
Anything suitable as a public article gets shared on my blog.
Contact info and social media
I use various social media for different purposes, some public and some private.
- Wren on...
- Facebook - dad jokes and some other things available publicly
- Twitter - some of the things some of the time
- LinkedIn - it's like a resume!
- Instagram - artsy public pictures I take, mostly
- Pinterest - just things I find cool
- E-mail email@example.com
The forum community from the SimCity days has moved to a Facebook Group.
Remembering Gretchen Weburg
Thanks for visiting!