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Hey, I’m Mitchell Mohorovich. đź‘‹

I’m a software developer currently working at Local Logic in MontrĂ©al. I focus on service hardening (ie. observability, resiliency, and availability), developer ergonomics, (ie. CI, CD, and continuous architecture), and of course designing and building kick-ass customer facing products.

My main interest is the intersection of technology and urbanism. In particular, the observation of the countless interactions, systems and phenomena within an urban setting—enhanced with technology, with the principles of privacy and data governance.

This is an interest that was seeded during my childhood in the auto-centric fringes of the GTA. It then flourished when living in the streetcar suburbs of Toronto, and attending university in the downtown core. These contrasts gave me first hand experience the impact that the built urban form has on individuals – both psychologically and economically.

You can find me on Keybase, LinkedIn, Mastodon, Goodreads, Twitter, GitHub, Strava and Instagram.

Feel free to contact me if you’d like – always looking to expand my read shelf.