Eric Treacy at Rocky Mountain National Park

Eric Treacy
Rocky Mountain National Park

Hi, I’m Eric.

I’m a chemist currently living in Marquette, Michigan working at a chemical compounding lab. I used to build software and decided to take a break from the professional dev life to focus on a field that allows me more time with my family, friends and self. I love science and technology and this is my internet tendency.

You can follow me on GitHub or read my writing for extemporaneous output. I don’t use social media all that much so, you would have a better chance finding me in the woods of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula … or just email me — I’d prefer that.

My knowledge ranges from bench science to software development:

From 2008 - 2015, I oscillated my time between National Jewish Health and The University of Colorado — Anschutz Medical Campus researching the Life Sciences in Pediatric Rheumatology, Immunology & Cell Biology with Philippa Marrack, PhD, FRS and Leonard Dragone, MD, PhD, et al.

From 2014 - current, I work(ed) in Software Development for The Texas Medical Association, Xeratec Corporation and Baby E’s BBQ — and continue to create and contribute to OSS for kicks — plus, I like the community there — it keeps me up-to-date and most of the people are kind and encouraging.

I also have a handful of publications that I have contributed to.

Here’s more if you’re truly interested.

Outside of work, I spend my time with my family and friends playing outdoors. I enjoy reading and keep a log of the recent books I’ve enjoyed — I don’t bother posting the ones that I didn’t care for.

I enjoy designing with code and programming — and this space is my creative outlet. I engineer with code using various web technologies: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, React, Ruby on Rails, ASP.Net, etc. — pretty much anything that will get me to where I want to be — I am always learning and discovering.


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