No beating around the bush here. I would love to come test the heck out of all things Android, well just all things, for Razer! I can't think of a better place to work than a company that has taken a passion for gaming and combined it with an attention to detail and a refined style that you can't help but pine for. I love hardware, more than most things, and I believe that all the work I've done up to now has been to get me ready for Razer. But you know, I didn't see the light until now.
My love affair with hardware began straight out of college and hasn't stopped or slowed since then. I began my first professional days as a support dude for Quirky and Wink. This is where I first laid my hands on the command line, scratched my head until mobile device proxies made sense, and began looking to the cloud for my source of truth in the user space.
I carried this new found love for testing and breaking hardware into my time at Lily where I, with my teammate, created a Beta program and preliminary product QA for a flying camera. A dangerous but exciting project. This was a pretty small team which meant it was a true learn or die scenario... and I loved it! Having to build a beta within CenterCode with no real background on the platform meant a lot of late nights, tons of tutorials, and one finely tuned beta at the end of it all.
Next was the world of mesh networking, and my valiant return to QA. My time at Plume was a dip back into the support world and one that didn't quite suite me. I knew then support just wasn't technical enough to keep me challenged, it was QA or bust. Joining eero gave me the ultimate opportunity to prove that I had the chops to test and verify with the best of them. Coming in with the bare minimum networking knowledge meant it was back to the books. If nothing else, succeeding at eero proved to me that there isn't a topic, language, program or a platform that I can't learn. I was able to come up to speed in a month's time and was busy owning regression for a dedicated node config two weeks later.
Being a fan of tech in general I find myself enjoying most of the products I've worked with over the years, but Razer is something entirely different. This is a company I have followed and championed for years, and one I would be honored to sign my name to in any facet. If I'm coming off strong it's because I'm coming from a place of love. I'm deeply committed to my work and the companies that give me the chance to prove it. I always give everything I've got to what I do and I truly want to bring that dedication and passion to your team.