My name is Mark Schall, and this is my personal website. I am a professional polyglot developer with 9 years experience, currently working at Detroit Labs an awesome company based in Detroit, MI. I’ve worked on native desktop applications for Windows and OS X, native mobile applications for iOS, Windows and Android, and lastly web applications for both .NET and Ruby. I graduated from Michigan State University with a Masters in Computer Science.
This blog was launched March 10, 2015, with the intention to provide guides, tutorials, opinions, and any new learnings for anything related to developing.
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