I once painted my chest for a marketing firm in New York.
I gave a workshop on the Elm language at Milwaukee Code Camp 2019
(Elm is a purely functional language for the front end)
In New York I wrote code in Weigang Qiu's computational gene evolution group .
We were data scientists using mostly Perl to apply Beyes and Poisson probability to large flat files of the gene sequences (e.g. ATTAGGCCC...) to decide which chunks of DNA had evolved from each other.
I made some training videos for customer support at Scooter Software using Camtasia video/sound editing software.
I get up early to code for a couple hours before work.
Most of these Github commits were done outside of work.
Solving puzzles with the other CS50 teachers at a Washington, DC workshop
Playing vinyl, a long time ago.