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Wanderlust Weather

The weather app I always dreamed of having! Whether it is email updates about an upcoming trip, text messages about your weather for the day, or the app letting you check the weather of your next destination, everything is built for those of us that are always some place new. Launched post non-compete for OpenSnow, every single piece was designed and built by me!
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A mishmash of all of my projects and ideas I've had over the years. We do everything from design to coffee roasting to clothing. We help make cool stuff, help other people make cool stuff, and tell people about cool stuff. The company was formerly known as Andrew Murray LLC and formerly-formerly known as Lunarnoon way back in 2003!
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A company I co-founded in 2011, my role as Chief Technology Officer involved making sure all of the gears keep turning to provide snow forecasts for ski areas all over North America. Whether it was making sure our websites were up, the model forecasts were being generated, our apps worked on the newest cell phones, or testing our product on the slopes... it never was a boring day!
Stepped down from company in 2021
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After many years of people asking "But what do you do in the summer?" after starting OpenSnow, OpenSummit was finally the answer. It first started as a summit forecasting service for 14ers in Colorado before expanding to provide detailed forecasts for most locations around the United States important to outdoor activities and sports.
Merged with OpenSnow in 2022
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Make Cooperative

The only coworking space in Minnesota incorporated as a cooperative. All the perks of a coworking space with the added benefit of community ownership. When I'm was not giving tours to random people or making sure our bills were being paid on-time, you could find me paining or building a wall with our members.
Shutdown company in 2016
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Boulder Couch Crash

Started within the Couchsurfing community, a couch crash is where a city's community plans a weekend of events and activities, and invites to world to come visit. The Boulder Couch Crash was run for two years and had visitors from over 30 states and a 11 countries. As an organizer, I was responsible for organizing and marketing the events, as well as the day-to-day operation of the events.
Last hosted in 2014
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National Weather Service

Responsible for two large projects while working at the National Weather Service. First, I helped create iNWS, the precursor to the broadcast emergency alerts that are standard on all cell phones now. This project won me the NOAA Administrators Award in 2010. Additionally, I worked on Western Water Supply, a tool for water managers to better understand the seasonal streamflow forecasts in the western United States.
Stepped down from company in 2012
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Before the start of my senior year of university I was appointed to the Executive Cabinet of the University of Utah student government. As the Director of Technology I was responsible for all of the digital and print materials created for events and activities put on by ASUU. It also gave me access to the University's Board of Regents and President, in addition to some money off tuition.
Handed over project in 2009 when graduated
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Utah Ski Weather

My first real web project that still exists today, however very much different to what I originally built, Utah Ski Weather was a project built in cooperation with the University of Utah and the graduate students of the Meteorology Department to forecast snowfall for ski areas in Northern Utah. Who would have though that a decade later I would be doing the same thing for my full-time job...
Handed over project in 2009 when graduated