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Hi, I'm Josh, and I'm here to change the world. Interested in doing the same?

Lets talk!

In short: I'm Josh Gillies, the twenty something, JS slinging, Linux using, Web Developer from Tasmania, Australia.

In addition to being awesome on the Internet, I'm also involved locally with the following awesome organizations/initiatives:

  • Startup Tasmania
  • The Typewriter Factory

Basically, I'm here to do cool and interesting things, both on and offline.

Care to learn more? Lets talk!

You probably thought this section would include some type of post? Probably in the context of a blog, right? Well I'm sorry to say, but at this point in time that's not the case. In-fact I'll go as far as to reference a famous quote I myself coined many years ago.

I've got 99 problems, but a blog ain't one.

Josh Gillies

Delightful, isn't it! Now, admittedly I do intend on running up a semi-regular dialogue as a way for me to process and share in depth information regarding the technologies I use in my day to day life. However, the commitment and drive for such an undertaking isn't quite there.

SO, in the meantime, should you wish to consume what little information I manage to shove into ~140 characters please feel free to follow me on Twitter.

Basically, I'm a craftsman who turns caffeine into code, and code into something others will love!

As the old saying goes "a craftsman is only as good as his tools". So here I'll share with you a few of the main utilities I use almost daily to help me achieve the things I set out to:

Infact, what you're looking at right now is a prime example of me working with the above tools to make magic happen!

If you're interested in seeing other examples please head over and $ git clone some of the available repositories in my GitHub.

So you're interested in getting in touch? Fantastic, here are a few ways for you to do so:

  • Twitter, it's how all online comms are performed. Did you not know?
  • Email, a little old hat these days, but still a viable option.

There you have it. I hope to be hearing from you soon.