I’m a software developer by trade and too many other things by association. Does this mean I’m a polymath? No, it means I try to do too much and end up, at least to date, contributing only to my primary profession of software At one point or another I’ve formally studied computer science, psychology, cognitive science, music and mathematics. To a lesser degree, I’ve studied philosophy (especially existential) , economics (emphasis on participatory), and brewing science (one needs beer with all this). I have 4-year degrees in computer science and psychology.
After flirting with graduate school in the cognitive sciences, which ended with the housing crash effectively placing me under house arrest, I shifted my free time focus back to music. Many of the posts in the near future will likely be either music or software/programming related, with perhaps a sprinkle of home-brewing and a dash of politics/economics. It’s just where my head is right now.