What I'm About

In the decade following my "technology loyalist" phase, I used a different programming language and framework for every major project I undertook. I continue to seek out better tools every day. When they don't exist, I create them. Read War On Waste for more insight into why I'm focused on developer libraries and tools.

Given limited resources, thinking 'small' can let you have a greater effect on the world. There is great value in preserving developer flow and eliminating leaky abstractions.

About Nathanael

Nathanael Jones is a software engineer, father, consultant, and computer linguist with unreasonably high expectations of inanimate objects. He refines .NET, ruby, and javascript libraries full-time at Imazen, but can often be found on stack overflow or participating in W3C community groups.


If you develop websites, and those websites have images, ImageResizer can make your life much eaiser. Find out more at imageresizing.net.


I run Imazen, a tiny software company that specializes in web-based image processing and other difficult engineering problems. I spend most of my time writing image-processing code in C#, web apps in Ruby, and documentation in Markdown. Check out some of my current projects.

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