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Welcome to qubyte.codes! The personal site of Mark Stanley Everitt. My pronouns are he/him.

I'm a programmer specialising in JavaScript, living and working in Brighton, UK. This blog is a place for me to write about stuff I find interesting or useful. Probably JavaScript for the most part, but certainly not limited to it. By day I spend most of my programming time writing Node.js applications, with a little browser stuff when I can.

I'm also interested in the social side and ethics of software development. I was a regular mentor at Codebar in Brighton. I've been taking a break for a while since I'm a dad now, but intend to return later!

I lived and worked in Tokyo for a number of years, initially as an academic (I hold a PhD in quantum optics and quantum information), and later as a programmer. I speak a little Japanese and continue to study the language.

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If you have questions or comments you can tweet to me @qubyte, or email me.

If you're interested in code I've published, I'm qubyte on GitHub.

I keep a list of other blogs and sites I read. Check it out!