Hi there. I'm a software engineer who works for startups and distributed tech businesses remotely from Maine.
I'm often available for consulting engagements and would be very interested to hear from you if you're looking for technical help. Feel free to contact me, even if it's just to say hello.
I'm in the habit of signing my commits. You can verify authenticity like so:
# From your terminal: $ curl -s \ https://mattaudesse.com/matt-audesse-git.asc \ | gpg --import # If you have your own key (and assuming you don't # suspect my web server has been compromised) you # may optionally `lsign` me to avoid a warning: $ gpg --edit-key 86E20EE655531286 gpg> lsign gpg> save # Finally: $ git verify-commit <SHA>