Li-Hsuan has worked on client projects in the public service industry, publishing, life insurance, marketing, education, and online payment realms. It has become clear to him that the client will always know more about their own business than a craftsman. The craftsman is creating software that lets that business operate with the least amount of barriers to its customers. An interface as simple as a login screen needs to work perfectly, because every interaction with a piece of software leaves an impression on a user. A craftsman can make that impression positive. He wants to let the client focus on what they do best; their business.
He has experience in RUBY, JAVA, HASKELL, and RUBY ON RAILS. In his spare time, Li-Hsuan enjoys reading, writing, and translating technical documents into Chinese and English. He is one of the translators of the Chinese Agile Manifesto.
Li-Hsuan received his B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Illinois in 2009.