She's a software engineer at Flywheel, a web infrastructure startup in Omaha, Nebraska.
She's also a former airborne cryptologic linguist for the US Air Force, fluent in Mandarin. Things you can ask her about include Ruby, cats, board games, karaoke, and building applications that convert songs into auto-tuned cat meows. Things she’ll have to kill you if you ask her about: the airborne linguist part. Also, she likes to make emojis look like they’re farting. 🐈💨
How are we supposed to sing along with our favorite TV theme song every week if it doesn’t have lyrics?
At Beth's house, they “meow” along (loudly). They also code, so she built ‘Meowifier’ to convert any song into cat meows. Meowifier is a technical feat. It’s hilarious. It’s beautiful. It’s a new way to waste time on the internet.