Husband. Father. Docker Captain. Mormon.
I'm a guy that just can't make up his mind. I just enjoy doing a lot of different things.
But mostly, I'm a UI/UX guy that loves making things simpler... for developers and users!
I enjoy learning and understanding security... whether breaking in or trying to help others get it.
I get easily excited building real-time applications using WebSockets and other push technologies.
I'm also not afraid of getting my hands dirty digging through other peoples' source code.
I like to contribute back, so love working on teams and helping share what I've learned.
But, don't take my word for it. Let my work speak for itself...
I run my own little business named Irwin Tech, LLC. Now I can joke I work for IT!
I believe strongly in giving back. Whether it's my own knowledge or bug fixes, there's always something to give. And, it doesn't take much time to do it.
Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.
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I love tinkering with stuff. In most cases, it's trying to figure out if I can break it.
But, in the process, I occasionally get lucky and find a vulnerability.
I do my best to provide detailed docs on what I find and responsibly disclose it.
I've spent some time tinkering with PGP and potentially using it to better secure client-side code running in the browser.
I was inducted into the Google Security Hall of Fame after discovering a vulernability in Google Voice. The vulnerability allowed a user to add any arbitrary phone number as a forwarding number, completely circumventing the phone call to verify physical access to the phone.