Hi, I’m Kevin.

I write software, make cocktails, and occasionally tell a decent joke.


Taiwan is my second home. This is me after picking strawberries in Miaoli.

Ahoy there! I’m Kevin and I live in Beacon, NY. Most of my days are spent writing software for tiny devices made by a company named after a fruit, and I get jazzed about helping teams build a culture of automated testing and owning the quality of their code. Creating mobile tools to help people be more productive and save time makes me happy, as does tinkering with making cocktails (see a few of my recent favorties below).

It’s been awhile, but I also act and make music. I’ve previously performed sketch and improv comedy at Upright Citizens Bridge Theatre and the People’s Improv Theatre, and at one point played keys and drums in a band on the Lower East Side of NYC. One of my favorite performances was at The Bitter End because I was excited to play where Bob Dylan once played.

Anyway, I will occasionally update this site with what I’m working on, and heck, maybe even one day there will be a blog! Thanks for coming by!





A nifty text snippets tool for iPhone, iPad, and Mac

Taiwan Garbage Service

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Find the best time and place to take out the trash in Taiwan!



A voice assistant to help you figure out your next cocktail


I've been enjoying making these recently:


The Last Word

I enjoy sipping Green Chartreuse on a rock by itself, but when it's in a cocktail, I usually go with this one.

  • 0.75 oz gin
  • 0.75 oz Green Chartreuse
  • 0.75 oz maraschino liqueur
  • 0.75 oz freshly-squeezed lime juice

Drop ingredients into a shaker and shake until icy in the hands. Pour into a chilled glass.

A Negroni


This one will probably always be listed here, but with variations. I love it.

  • 1 oz gin
  • 1 oz sweet vermouth
  • 1 oz Campari

Stir and pour into a chilled rocks glass with a giant rock of ice. Express an orange peel over the top and drop it in the drink.

A Rob Roy cocktail on a kitchen island accompanied by bottles of Laphroaig scotch, Antica Formula sweet vermouth, and Angostura aromatic bitters

Rob Roy

One of my mother's favorites!

  • 2 oz scotch
  • 1 oz sweet vermouth
  • 2 dashes of aromatic bitters

Stir and pour into a chilled glass.

Please drink responsibly.


Whether it’s about software or cocktails or something completely different altogether, I’d love to hear from you!

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