My name is Kyle. I moved to the Bay Area about two years ago in search of more interesting work, and thus far, I do not regret the decision. I am currently a systems and software engineer at eBay; specifically at Milo, a quirky little outfit that eBay bought a couple of years ago. In the course of the last year I've been involved in some pretty enjoyable projects, including being one of the originators of the new personalized shopping feed on the eBay homepage.
While I'm a computer scientist by training, I have surface-level knowledge of a wide variety of subjects. I'm particularly interested in neuroscience and psychology research. I don't see how anyone can be enthralled by technology while having no interest in the workings of the mind; the human brain is the most interesting information processing system in the world. I think mine's broken, though.
For those who are interested in pop psychology personality assessments, I am an INFJ—what Keirsey refers to as the Counselor.
I'm a reasonably acceptable human, I think. Feel free to say hello. I have friends from vastly different walks of life, and I've been told that I'm good at understanding and relating to people. Good friends are hard to find, so I am always open to the possibility of making new ones.
I say "yosh!" a lot. Yosh.