Mike Kasberg

is a Software Engineer at SpotX where he primarily does web development with PHP, Java, MySQL, and Javascript. He is also an experienced Android developer.

Blog


15 Oct 2017 · Hacktoberfest 2017

Software Development

Hacktoberfest is a project sponsored by Digital Ocean and Github that encourages contributions to open source software. Anyone who contributes at least 4 pull requests to open source projects on Github during the month of October will get a free...

31 Aug 2017 · How To: Deploy a Simple Java Web Service with AWS Lambda and API Gateway

Software Development

AWS is incredible technology, making it easy for anyone to deploy a web service without needing to worry about managing servers. In this quick tutorial, we’re going to see how to deploy a simple web service to AWS Lambda and...

21 Jun 2017 · Bufferbloat?

Software Development

Have you ever noticed your internet connection get slower when uploading a large file? I have, but I never put too much thought into it or realized I could do anything about it… Until I stumbled upon this blog post...

Pages


ConfessIt Icon

ConfessIt

ConfessIt is an app for catholics. It has 4.5 stars in the Google Play App Store after more than 450 reviews and 24,000 downloads.

Count the Dots Icon

Count the Dots

Count the Dots is a surprisingly challenging and addictive game based on Subitizing.

About


I'm a Software Engineer at SpotX where I primarily do web development with PHP, Java, MySQL, and Javascript. I'm also an experienced Android developer. In my increasingly scarce free time, I write websites and Android apps. My most recent app is Count the Dots, a game that's based on subitizing. I also maintain ConfessIt, an app for Catholics, with a 4.5 star rating after more than 450 reviews and 24,000 downloads.

I graduated Summa Cum Laude from the Colorado School of Mines with a degree in computational and applied mathematics; I subsequently completed a Master's of Education at the University of Denver as part of the Denver Teacher Residency. After a short stint of full-time teaching, I returned to the field of software engineering.