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Contact Release

Justin’s latest album of solo piano compositions, Contact, is available now for pre-order exclusively on iTunes, and will be released this upcoming Tuesday. Check it out!
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Retina

As a professional iOS developer, I have the solemn duty of ensuring that my computer is up-to-date (i.e. I get to buy the latest and greatest Macs and justify them as business expenses. It’s rough). My primary computer was, for a while, a series of iMacs, then a Mac Pro, and—up until a few weeks […]
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Contact

Today we’re excited to announce the upcoming release of Justin’s latest piano album, Contact. An informal sequel to 2012’s Origin, Contact focuses on inertia, chaos, and the link between completion and destruction. Where Origin was an exploration of youth and the beginning of a journey, Contact takes us to the end of that journey to […]
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Perspective

As a programmer, I can’t tell you how many times the answer to a problem has had overwhelmingly more to do with how I’m looking at things than actual difficulty. Turn just a little bit, and you’ll usually find that your insistence on seeing the world a certain way was all that stood between you […]
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Degrees of Separation

It’s a conundrum. I want to warn people about my old school without tearing it down so much that anyone who sees my degree will chuckle. I got a call this morning, more than thirty in total from John Hancock University, the newest incarnation of an institution that would rather just change its name than […]
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