Digital Adventures

Notes on programmable logic, tabletop games & other stuff



I’m Matthew, and I like writing code that convinces the magic smoke in little plastic packages to do cool things with electrons. More specifically, I like writing synthesizable descriptions in the Verilog HDL for use on FPGAs. I also enjoy creating and contributing to specialized webapps that fulfill various tasks.

I recently graduated Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA. A copy of my resume is available upon request; obnoxious spam bots with their fake job offers made me reconsider putting my resume online.

Want to know more?

Read my not so brief introduction, which is slightly out of date.