I am a bitcoin software engineer and contributor to open source bitcoin projects. I am currently working with and contributing to the bitcoindevkit, a Rust library for developing wallets.
I am the lead developer of Padawan Wallet, an native Android testnet-only wallet aimed at teaching the basic workfow and jargon of mobile bitcoin wallets. Padawan is written in Kotlin, and is one of the first bitcoin wallet to leverage the bitcoindevkit.
I write about bitcoin technicals on my blog (www.thunderbiscuit.com), and have been a contributor to the bitcoin ecosystem for a few years now (https://github.com/thunderbiscuit). I have extensive experience with bitcoin nodes and the testnet and regtest networks (Padawan being a testnet-only wallet). My focus is on the base layer, and I have experience with miniscript, PSBTs, and output descriptors.
I look forward to mentoring the next generation of bitcoin developers! If you have software development experience (front/backend, mobile, etc.) and are looking to either integrate bitcoin into your applications or are simply looking to dig deep into the protocol, I'm looking forward to hearing from you.
I'm also happy to connect with beginner developers and people who are not software engineers but who are curious about bitcoin, it's impact on the world, and how they can learn more about the this frontier of tech.
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