About Me

I'm a first year Computer Science student at Howard University in Washington, DC. Since growing up in Atlanta, I've messed with anything from C to MySQL and from Go to Haskell. Although I can still work with large Java codebases, I spend most of my time doing full stack development with JavaScript as my preferred backend language. I've previously worked at Cinchapi and the Georgia Tech College of Computing

What do I write about?

I write about anything from science, technology, finance, society, and everything in between. Because I write about so much seemingly random stuff, I spread my work amongst many publications. My work has been featured in places such as Tech in Asia, Hacker Noon, codeburst.io, and smaller publications like Crypto Currently. And, of course you can find all of my work on my personal blog.

A Few of My Projects

This part of the site is currently under development. In the meantime, you can see my projects on my Github.


The quickest and easiest way to get a response from me is on Twitter, but you can contact me from any social medium or hit my email:
g.nash.dev [at] gmail.com