I’m Benji, an Israeli-American programmer building secure, clean, and effective systems. I use modern technologies to build software that avoids bloat and unnecessary complexity. I want to work on real and interesting problems in challenging areas that matter. I am an undergraduate student at Stanford University.

§ My Work

To see some of the things I do, you can:

§ Hire Me

For the next three years, I’m available for in-person work anywhere in the world from June through mid-September. I’m interested in joining great teams who are pushing the envelope and want to give me a voice in designing product while I code my ass off.

During the school year, I’m looking for remote-first work, on projects both long- and short-term, concurrent with my studies.

If any of this speaks to you, give my CV a once-over.

§ Contact

You can contact me via email at: figbert@figbert.com. Encrypt your messages, if you would like, with age or PGP. If I am signing my messages I will use minisign.

Money can go to my Bitcoin, Monero, or ZCash addresses, where I will never see it again because I forgot how to use them.

§ Elsewhere on the Net

I have some friends. Some of them have blogs:

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