In general, I can be reached
via email, although you may
find other methods more appropriate depending on your purpose. Please consider
encrypting your emails to me using PGP, particularly if you’re sending me
anything that would not be appropriate for the back of a postcard. My PGP key
may be retrieved from the SKS keyserver pool
or most other public PGP key servers. My PGP key ID is
0xA8B51F5E8032CCE4 and my key fingerprint is
FB29 8ABB E1D0
0A1C 8FA4 DC1F A8B5 1F5E 8032 CCE4.
If you’re contacting me about career opportunities, my résumé is available as a PDF download and you may feel free to please review my LinkedIn profile. Please note that I am not currently seeking new employment opportunities, nor am I open to considering changing jobs.
If you’re contacting me about an open-source project I’m involved with, please consider whether another avenue is more appropriate. If you have a bug report or a feature request, please follow the standard procedure for whatever project you’re interested in and file a bug report or feature request. If you want to discuss something about the project, please consider the public forums available instead. Email is almost always not the best option, since few people benefit from private email and many people benefit from public discussions. However, I do recognize that different people have different circumstances, so please feel free to send an email if you have something not appropriate for public discussion.
For anything else, please email me. Please note, I do not wish to receive unsolicited commercial electronic messages (CEMs), unsolicited bulk emails (UBEs), unsolicited commercial emails (UCEs), or any similar unsolicited mass communication of any kind. All violations will be reported to the Canadian Anti-Spam Centre in accordance with the Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation and/or with the Federal Communications Commission in accordance with the United States CAN-SPAM legislation as appropriate.
Joel is an enthusiastic and valuable team member. I have appreciated his willingness to do whatever is asked, get creative when necessary (while staying within the boundaries of our standards) and overall commitment to the team and the department. When something needs to be done, I know I can give it to Joel with confidence that the result will be thorough and quality work.January 10, 2012 from Lori Murray-Hawkins, Senior Director, Enterprise Solutions, Information Technology Services, University of New Brunswick. Managed Joel indirectly at Information Technology Services, University of New Brunswick.
Joel is a solid worker and very technically savvy. What he doesn't know he can learn and what he knows he shares freely with others.December 19, 2011 from Benjamin Steeves, Manager, Applications Development and Analysis, University of New Brunswick. Managed Joel at Information Technology Services, University of New Brunswick.
Joel brings creativity and know-how to any IT project. Constantly striving to find new ways to do new things or to do existing things better, Joel brings tremendous value to any team. A talented developer, Joel has played a key role in helping the University of New Brunswick establish its first internal portal for students, faculty and staff. That portal project has had a profound and positive impact on the university.December 16, 2011 from David Shipley, Senior Enterprise Web Content Strategist, University of New Brunswick. Worked directly with Joel at University of New Brunswick.
Joel was the top-tier talent of Student Consultants during his time with me. He earned the designation of Senior Student Consultant which recognizes his extraordinary skills and abilities (a designation only given out to one or two Students each year). I would highly recommend Joel in any endeavour he pursues.February 23, 2012 from Dave Kell, Client Support Analyst, University of New Brunswick. Managed Joel at University of New Brunswick.
Joel is very talented & knowledgeable in the developer’s field. With many languages under his belt, he is well versed and a pleasure to work with. Joel also has well thought out ideas and his recommendations on deployment have always been a huge asset.April 22, 2014 from Neil Hawker, Senior Visual Designer, University of New Brunswick. Worked with Joel at University of New Brunswick.