Muschamp Rd

Making the Internet better since 1995

My name is Andrew Muschamp Mckay, I've been building web applications and websites since 1995. After graduating from UVIC Computer Science, while working as a software developer coding away in Objective-C and Java, I registered this regrettably hard to spell and pronounce domain. I've lived, studied, and worked abroad in Japan, China, and elsewhere. You can view my resume but most prefer social proof.

Look upon my works ye mighty and despair.

Any time I made a major sacrifice for anyone, all I ever got in return was deep-seated loathing and vicious curses, unparalleled in their savagery. My heart was deeply scarred, pierced all the way through. And whenever I offered it to someone, fully marinated in soy sauce all they ever did was piss on it.Mo Yan
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If this webpage doesn't look amazing, try manually resizing your browser window, or try another browser. The HTML validates, Isotope does not render perfectly on every computer every time. The Great Firewall of China definitely affects rendering, so you currently get a better browsing experience with a VPN. My webhost assures me this website is accessible in China, however, most social media integration will not funciton without a VPN inside China. I've put too much effort into this homepage, maintaining it for over a decade writing the copy, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and PHP. I leverage WordPress, SimplePie, jQuery, jQueryUI, and CodeBird to craft my unique homepage.

Some words and images © Andrew "Muskie" McKay