My name is Gian, I am 26 years old, and I would have a dog if I had room in my apartment.
I will use any software or tech task to get the job done, but my favorite technologies are currently Python and VueJS. Both have a low barrier of entry that make it easy for anyone to pick up with little knowledge, but also have a lot under the hood. I brought the power of VueJS to the pulseM team a few years ago, back when we were in a vanilla-JS/jQuery love-hate relationship. It's since transformed our front-end development, and I've enjoyed it so much that I went to the VueJS conf in Austin.
One of my favorite projects that I've worked on is do-py. It's a useful framework for adding type and value restrictions to python classes as well as an infrastructure for mixins. The primary developer of do-py is my co-worker at pulseM, and it started out as a way to better structure and abstract our code. As we used it more and more, we realized there was too much value in the project to not be shared. We are still working on piecing out the project into a public repository, but our hopes are that it is as useful for others as it has been for us.