My name is Jake Varness. I'm an Engineering Manager from Kansas City working for Cerner Corporation.
I purchased a Pebble Time right before Christmas last year, and so far I'm a happy customer. I'm so happy in fact that I coded my very own watchface that took advantage of the Pebble date/time services (obviously), as well as the battery service to include a battery life indicator in the middle of the watchface.
A failed experiment when I was trying to used different fonts. I didn't know that pebble devices only supported up to 48-point font sizes, but I didn't want this to just disappear.
This watchface was developed for my fiance after I got her a Pebble 2 during their kickstarter campaign.
This watchface of mine has more downloads than any other watchface I've developed. It's a clean watchface with a clean design, a nice font, and it displays a step counter as well as the current weather.
During a late night of manual testing, our team at Cerner (the Pharmacy Inpatient team) made a mascot called pharmbot. It was constructed out of a cardboard box and plastic silverware.
Inspired by our fearless mascot, I created a hubot named pharmbot, who resides on a rasbperry pi in my cubicle.
This project was my first npm package and my first hubot script package! It adds the functionality for your hubot to find a place for you to eat lunch. See the project's README for more!
Probably my most favorite script I've ever made, hubot-barkeep turns your hubot into a bartender! Using this script, your hubot will be enhanced with the capability to query
A big shoutout to michaeljacobdavis for developing this originally, but I've made contributions to his repo to add release and membership addition notifications to a hubot.
Contributed exercises to exercism's Dart track.