My name is Nick Steinbaugh, and I am a software engineer, photographer, and web/graphic designer. I graduated from the Jeffrey S. Raikes School of Computer Science and Management at The University of Nebraska - Lincoln in 2006 with a bachelor's degree in Computer Science and French, and again in 2007 with an M.B.A.
Upon graduating for the second time, I began working for IBM as an I.T. Specialist, a technical consulting position. In 2012, I left IBM to work for Neudesic, a small software consulting firm headquartered in Irvine, California; I was based out of their Denver office. In 2013 I joined Avanade as a senior consultant in Microsoft technologies. From 2015 through 2016, I worked for Healthgrades as a web developer. In September of 2016, I joined LGS Innovations, also as a web developer, and I have been working there since then.
This site serves as my personal weblog, containing journal entries in the traditional sense, but the primary focus of the site is my photography. I strive to put every photograph I take on this site, which has resulted in many thousands of photos being published. Additionally, I maintain a list of all the places I have visited and photographed. Finally, I also keep a list of all the movies and music albums that I own, and also a list of wines that I have been able to taste and review.
Since June of 2012, most pictures on this site were taken with a Canon 5D Mark III. Prior to that, but after 2009, most pictures on this site were taken with a Canon 7D. The majority of photos before that but after 2006 were taken with a Canon Digital Rebel XTi. Prior to that, most photos were taken with a Canon Digital Rebel. Nearly all photos on this site were taken by me, excepting only pictures in which I am present.
This site is written using a combination of React and ASP.NET Core. The two languages together are used to render the site both server-side and client-side into HTML and CSS. The site uses RavenDB as its data store. All data management, such as posting blog entries and photos, is done using a custom-developed WPF solution. The site has been tested in all recent versions of Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Chrome.
The code for the website itself is licensed under AGPL Version 3. The current version of the code for the website is available for download. All posts, photography and other material displayed on this site, however, comprise the intellectual property of Nicholas Steinbaugh, which may not be redistributed without expressed consent.