33 Edmonton, Canada
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My self-summary
I did my masters in CS, in a topic that sounded super interesting (computation neuroscience!) though turned out to be kinda dull. Now I'm back in industry writing software that sounds really dull (industrial control systems!) but is really interesting.

Sitting at a computer all day is predictably bad for your health so I try to balance it out by running to and from work every day. I then take advantage of this training by doing marathons and ultra-marathons (I hit my Boston qualifier!). I also do a bunch of other associated sporty stuff like curling, wall climbing, soccer, yoga, and hiking.

Otherwise I amuse myself by reading, visiting art galleries, watching Netflix, and doing terrible improv.
I’m really good at
baking bread? It started because I hated my bread getting squished at the grocery store, now it's a common request at potlucks.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Among movies Fight Club, Pulp Fiction, The Princess Bride, and The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly are good fun.

Indie, Canadian, and foreign films can be awesome.

As long as I don't have to watch anything by Michael Bay I should be satisfied.

As for music classical, 60's folk stuff, rock, electronic, what might be pop, and weird indy stuff. Basically I've just given up looking for stuff considered cool and just find things engrossing enough to stop my mind from wandering off and taking my sanity with it.
The six things I could never do without
1. Running
2. Computers
Between those I'm fairly set
On a typical Friday night I am
going to a movie, going to yoga, or working.
You should message me if
your name isn't 'Erin', because my name is Aaron, and the two of us dating would just be weird and awkward.