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<img id="profile" src="/image/universalu13.jpg" height="170" alt="Tim Stumbaugh"/>
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<h1>Tim Stumbaugh</h1>
<p>A work in progress</p>
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<p>&copy;2012-2017 Tim Stumbaugh</p>
<p>Hand-written, valid <a href="//validator.w3.org/check?uri=referer">HTML5</a>
and <a href="//jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/check/referer">CSS</a>.</p>
<p><a href="https://gitlab.com/tjstum/tjstum-www/">Hand-written</a>, valid
<a href="//validator.w3.org/check?uri=referer">HTML5</a> and
<a href="//jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/check/referer">CSS</a>.</p>
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print(path)
@action('preview')
def web_server(args, config):
import http.server, socketserver
with socketserver.TCPServer(("127.0.0.1", 8080), http.server.SimpleHTTPRequestHandler) as httpd:
print("Running on http://127.0.0.1:8080/")
httpd.serve_forever()
def main():
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(
description=__doc__, formatter_class=argparse.RawDescriptionHelpFormatter)
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<img id="profile" src="/image/universalu13.jpg" height="170" alt="Tim Stumbaugh" />
<img id="profile" src="/image/universalu15.jpg" height="170" alt="Tim Stumbaugh" />
<h1>Tim Stumbaugh</h1>
<p>A work in progress</p>
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<p>In November of 2013, I started working for
<a href="//www.hudson-trading.com">Hudson River Trading</a> on the
<a href="//www.hudson-trading.com/stories/stum/">Trading Operations</a> team
(a very industry specific role). I read a lot of code and
investigate problems ranging from trading outages to buggy computers. I also try
to find time to mentor my charges to improve our software's level of quality.
Sometimes, I even get to write code (mostly Python and C++)!</p>
(a very industry specific role).</p>
<p>From August of 2012 to October of 2013, I worked for Abine, an internet privacy
startup, managing (or at least pretending to manage) the virtualized
infrastructure and learning what this whole &quot;devops&quot; thing is.</p>
startup, managing their virtualized infrastructure.</p>
<p>In June of 2012, I graduated from <a href="http://web.mit.edu">MIT</a> with a
degree in Computer Science and Engineering. I was also a member of
the <a href="http://web.mit.edu/gordonelp/">MIT-Gordon Engineering
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<h2>Projects</h2>
Some things I've worked on:
<ul>
<li><a href="//isawyou.mit.edu/">I Saw You MIT</a> &mdash;
In December of 2009, I co-founded this site with my friend Keone. I've been
maintaining the site ever since with my friends Liz and Carlo.
We get around 2,000 visits a day.</li>
<li><a href="//www.eecs.mit.edu/outreach/deecs">Discover Electrical Engineering
<h2>My Work</h2>
<p>I currently work on the Trading Operations team at Hudson River Trading (HRT). As a
team, we are responsible for managing the production trading environment. That ranges
from real-time monitoring to post-trade development. As a team, we have to write all of
our own tools, which are primarily developed in Python.</p>
<p>One of my favorite things about HRT is the wealth of knowledge of my coworkers and
their willingness to share that knowledge. I knew very little C++ before coming to HRT,
and I still wouldn't say that I &quot;have C++ experience,&quot; but I have made many
contributions in C++ when needed. HRT is really a great place to learn.</p>
<p>The best part about my job is that it's a highly technical role but isn't always
programming.</p>
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<h2>Lives Past</h2>
<p>Some things I used to work on:</p>
<p>Abine &mdash;
Most of the things I worked on were not what I was expecting to do, but generalists
thrive at a startup! I developed infrastructure automation (in Chef) while learning
how the new world of the cloud works. I also made substantial contributions to the
organizational and technical processes to reduce technical debt and human involvement.
I engineered some internal tools, mostly around analytics and reporting.</p>
<p><a href="//isawyou.mit.edu/">I Saw You MIT</a> &mdash;
In December of 2009, I co-founded this site with my friend Keone. I learned a lot
about internet communities. At the height of its popularity, we received 3000
visits a day.</p>
<p><a href="//www.eecs.mit.edu/outreach/deecs">Discover Electrical Engineering
and Computer Science</a> &mdash;
A <a href="//web.mit.edu/orientation/fpop/index.html"> Freshman Pre-orientation
Program</a> sponsored by MIT's department of Electrical Engineering and
Computer Science. I served as a staff member in 2009 and as one of two
co-coordinators in 2010 and 2011.</li>
<li>MIT Greek Life &mdash;
A <a href="//uaap.mit.edu/first-year-mit/orientation/freshman-pre-orientation-programs-fpops">
Freshman Pre-orientation Program</a> sponsored by MIT's department of Electrical
Engineering and Computer Science. I served as a staff member in 2009 and as one of two
coordinators in 2010 and 2011.</p>
<p>MIT Greek Life &mdash;
In February of 2009, I was initiated as a brother in The Bond of
the <a href="//phi-delts.mit.edu/">Massachusetts Gamma Chapter</a> of
the <a href="http://phi-delts.mit.edu/">Massachusetts Gamma Chapter</a> of
the <a href="//www.phideltatheta.org">Phi Delta Theta</a> fraternity.
During my tenure, I served as the chapter's steward, network administrator,
warden (ritualist) and new member educator.
<br />
I served the MIT <a href="//ifc.mit.edu">InterFraternity Council</a> for a
little over a year, first as the interim PR chair, then as the Vice President.
While on the executive council, I oversaw technological improvements to the
internal website and recruitment process.
<br />
In the spring of my senior year, I
was <a href="//awards.mit.edu/recipients/2012">awarded</a> the Frederick
Gardiner Fassett, Jr. Award for service to the MIT Fraternity, Sorority and
Independent Living Groups community.
<br />
I was a &quot;champion&quot; of an initiative of
the <a href="//ailg.mit.edu">Association of Independent Living Groups</a>'
<a href="//ailg.mit.edu/committees/strategic-planning/">Strategic Plan</a>.
I also volunteered as an
<a href="//ailg.mit.edu/committees/ailg-accreditation-program/">Accreditation
committee</a> member.</li>
<li>Teaching &mdash;
I am passionate about teaching, both as a way to give back and as a way to
further my own learning. I've served as a lab assistant
for <a href="//web.mit.edu/6.01/www/">6.01</a>, MIT's introductory EE/CS course
and <a href="//web.mit.edu/6.s189/www/">6.189</a>, an introductory Python
In the spring of my senior year, I was awarded the Frederick Gardiner Fassett, Jr.
Award for service to the MIT Fraternity, Sorority and Independent Living Groups
community.</p>
<p>Teaching at MIT &mdash;
Some of my favorite experiences from school were the times where I was able to
share what I knew while furthering my own knowledge. I served as a lab assistant
for <a href="http://web.mit.edu/6.01/www/">6.01</a>, MIT's introductory EE/CS course
and <a href="http://web.mit.edu/6.s189/www/">6.189</a>, an introductory Python
course taught during January. I was also a teaching assistant
for <a href="https://stellar.mit.edu/S/course/6/sp12/6.170/"> 6.170</a>, a
course in medium-scale software engineering.
<br />
I do less formal teaching these days, but it is still very important to me
to continue to learn and teach others. I am fortunate to have the opportunity
to do that in my current role at Hudson River Trading.</li>
</ul>
course in medium-scale software engineering.</p>
<p>Eidetic Technologies (AKA Tech by Tim) &mdash;
Inspired by early memories of trying to teach my grandfather to play Klondike
Solitaire on a computer, I founded and ran a not-for-profit company to provide free
tech support to seniors in Northern Colorado during my Junior and Senior years of
high school. I made around 200 house calls to 124 different homes. I received a
grant from a local family to defray the costs of providing this service.
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as being varied in my interests.</p>
<p>I swam competitively from 6 to 22. I was twice state champion in high school and
received a number of accolades in college, including being named MIT freshman
athlete of the year and receiving two All-American titles. I also enjoy running
competitively, rock climbing, novelty endurance races and multi-sport events.</p>
athlete of the year and receiving two All-American titles.</p>
<p>I competed in the 2016 and 2017 <a href="//nyctri.com">NYC Triathlons</a>.
I also enjoy running competitively (5Ks, 10Ks and a half-marathon) and novelty endurance
events (e.g. Tough Mudder, Muddy Buddy). I organized HRT's first ever entry (including
tryouts!) into the
<a href="//squaremilerelay.com/new-york">Bloomberg Square Mile Relay</a>, where we
placed third. I have swam races in both the Hudson and East Rivers.</p>
<p>From late 2012-2013, I rowed with the
<a href="//sites.google.com/site/mitrowingclub/">MIT Rowing Club</a> and helped
stabilize the organization as the interim President.</p>
<p>I danced with <a href="//dancetroupe.mit.edu/">MIT DanceTroupe</a>, a
<p>I danced with <a href="http://dancetroupe.mit.edu/">MIT DanceTroupe</a>, a
performance dance group that is entirely student-run, for three years. I served
as a choreographer and officer (treasurer and website maintainer).</p>
as a choreographer and officer.</p>
<p>I am Private Pilot. I trained with CFI Chris Dupin at
the <a href="//eastcoastaeroclub.com/">East Coast Aero Club</a> at Hanscom
the <a href="http://eastcoastaeroclub.com/">East Coast Aero Club</a> at Hanscom
Field (BED) while I lived in Boston.</p>
<p>My favorite food is anything with caramelized onions.
My favorite place to be is <a href="//www.summerhousecondo.com/">Summerhouse</a>
at <a href="//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crescent_Beach,_Florida">
My favorite place to be is <a href="http://www.summerhousecondo.com/">Summerhouse</a>
at <a href="//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crescent_Beach,_St._Johns_County,_Florida">
Crescent Beach, FL</a>.
My favorite color is a deep, almost lapis, azure (see the color of the links on
this page).
My favorite
<a href="//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mass_Effect"
title="Mass Effect Series (even ME3)">RPGs</a>
title="Mass Effect Trilogy (even ME3)">RPGs</a>
are
<a href="//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Star_Wars:_Knights_of_the_Old_Republic"
title="Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (and the sequel)">are</a>
<a href="//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Star_Wars:_The_Old_Republic"
title="Star Wars: The Old Republic">made</a> by
<a href="//www.bioware.com/en/">BioWare</a>.
title="Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (and the sequel)">made</a>
by <a href="//www.bioware.com/en/">BioWare</a>.
My favorite punctuation mark is the emdash.
My favorite Linux initialization system is
<a href="//www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/systemd/">systemd</a>, and like the
project, I prefer that my moniker (<samp>stum</samp>) be stylized in all lowercase.
My favorite open-source license is
the <a href="//opensource.org/licenses/BSD-3-Clause">3-clause BSD License</a>.
I know how to exit most text editors, but I like emacs.</p>
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<h2>Reaching Me</h2>
<p>I read email at <code>me@tjstum.com</code>. I frequently (but not always)
use the username <code>stum</code> or <a href="/anabus"><code>anabus</code></a></p>
<p>I read email at <samp>me@tjstum.com</samp>. I frequently (but not always)
use the username <samp>stum</samp> or <a href="/anabus"><samp>anabus</samp></a>.</p>
<p>I maintain a <a href="//www.facebook/anabus">Facebook profile</a>,
post as <a href="//twitter.com/anabus">@anabus</a> on Twitter,
play <a href="https://foursquare.com/anabus">Foursquare</a>,
update as <a href="//twitter.com/anabus">@anabus</a> on Twitter,
post my life's adventures in photos as <a href="//www.instagram.com/tjstum/">tjstum</a>
on Instagram,
play <a href="https://foursquare.com/anabus">Foursquare</a> and
socially code as <a href="https://gitlab.com/tjstum">tjstum</a> on GitLab.</p>
<p>I have a profile on <a href="//www.linkedin.com/in/tjstum">LinkedIn</a>
and also a <a href="/tjstum-resume.pdf">resume</a>.
If you are going to read one, please read both.</p>
<p>I have a <a href="/tjstum-resume.pdf">resume</a> if you want that, but a lot of my
specific experience is described on this page in more depth.</p>
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<p>&copy;2012-2017 Tim Stumbaugh</p>
<p>Hand-written, valid <a href="//validator.w3.org/check?uri=referer">HTML5</a>
and <a href="//jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/check/referer">CSS</a>.</p>
<p><a href="https://gitlab.com/tjstum/tjstum-www/">Hand-written</a>, valid
<a href="//validator.w3.org/check?uri=referer">HTML5</a> and
<a href="//jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/check/referer">CSS</a>.</p>
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