Although he started coding at thirteen, Mason now spends most of his time brainstorming with clients, enabling developers to do their best work, and making SciMed a great company. He is a firm believer in autonomy, mastery, purpose, and the Oxford comma.
In his free time, Mason volunteers at teaching math and computer science, and hopes to one day prove that anyone can code. He also believes that if you don't learn something new every day, you're not paying attention.
- Algorithms and machine learning
- Genetics and immunology
- Process improvement
- Minimizing user surprise
- Using SQL for more things than you'd expect
- Predicting the future