My name is Matt Blair. Born in Virginia and now in the Bay Area. I write code during the day, play underwater hockey when I get a chance, and do other things occasionally.
I’m the author of libraries such as songbird, js-algorithms, esvalidate, grunt-extract-sourcemap, and laboratory.
I’m a mediocre presenter at meetups and conferences.
You can read about my management style here.
I’ve contributed to projects such as emberjs, ember-data, browserify-middleware, fluentmigrator, amplify, and cassette. I help maintain write-good.
I’ve also the author of the semi-decent sublime plugin sublime-jsvalidate and the partially worthwhile sublime-write-gooder.
Why a blog?
I want to keep learning. I like to try new technologies. I am a imperfect individual. I make more than my share of mistakes. As I learn from them, I hope others out there can as well.
I read that you learn more from a poor example than from a correct one. I don’t believe this but that means my site will be a success.