About Me

About Me

I’m Sam Storino, a software engineer living in the city of brotherly love. I’ve always had an interest in computers, more so on the hardware side at first. I fell in love with programming after hours of failure and misery turned into that sweet, sweet satisfaction of having your first application run.

Creating something out of nothing, now that’s pretty cool.

You know what else is pretty cool? Creating something tangible, having a physical real-world result. I’ve been into woodworking ever since I was a kid, something I picked up from my dad. Living in the city has limited my capacity for the craft, but has driven me to find new ways to express that physical creativity.

What’s this site for?

For me, I suppose. But also for you! Admittedly selfish, I started this site to document the things I’ve done and the lessons I’ve learned. As a byproduct of that, I’m hopeful some of my words will have hit home with you.

What I’m up to now

  • Living in Philadelphia with my fiance and our two cats, Artemis and Luna
  • Creating my first blog (hey now!)
  • Working on the outskirts of the city as a software engineer
  • Recently engaged!
  • Thinking up my next DIY project. I’m leaning toward an automatic laser pointer
  • Started messing around with mobile development using Xamarin

Updated 11/10/2017

Inspired by Tania Rascia, who was inspired by Leo Babauta, who of course was inspired by Derek Sivers.

What I’m using

Updated 11/10/2017

Inspired by Tania Rascia