Introducing Anzelmo Dot Net

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Hi, I’m Tony Anzelmo. Welcome to my new blog, Anzelmo Dot Net – my thoughts on coding and data.

Why am I doing this? Long-time lurker, first-time blogger…

After years of procrastinating, I thought it would be good to start keeping a journal of some of the lessons I’ve learned throughout my career in IT and development. Plus, I’ve found that if I don’t write things down, I’ll usually forget about it.

This is also my way of giving back. So much of what I’ve learned in development and IT has come through countless articles and stackoverflow posts.

Who am I?

I’m an Italian-American currently living in London. I’m originally from Kentucky, though I’ve spent most of my adult life living in Colorado, which is where I met my wife of 8-years, Christy.

EDIT: (Up until August 2018) Currently  I worked as a Technical Lead for a company providing SaaS ticketing services for arts and theater organizations.

Currently I’m wrapping up a Machine Learning sabbatical, focusing on using Python, Jupyter notebook, and Tensorflow to build an Android-based eye gaze detection app.

In the office I wear most of the hats common to folks who work at small to medium-sized technology companies: architect, data geek, programmer, and machine whisperer.

In my spare time I dabble in Machine Learning and occasionally you’ll see me at hackathons having fun building mobile apps.

Previously I’ve worked at SpektrixMicrosoft, RateSetter, Sporting Solutions, MarkIt on Demand, and L3 Technologies.