I started work at EV Source as a web developer several months after I finished my Doctorate in Mathematics. Since the work was part-time, and since it didn't pay much at first, I took the position as a stop-gap measure; I nonetheless enjoyed working with Ryan as he ran his small business.
Although I started work for another company about a year ago, I have been working for EV Source during that time, gradually reducing my hours at EV Source as my hours at Perfect Search decreased. This last week, I wrapped up my work at EV Source, and made myself available for questions. I'm sad to do this, though: in addition to enjoying my work at this business, it's also my last link to the time I spent in Logan, Utah.
While I also enjoy working for Perfect Search as a research assistant and data-cruncher, I still feel a little out-of-place. I'll still be trying to figure out the best way to leverage my interest in mathematics, and earn a living at the same time: I'm thus going to explore computer graphics, finite element analysis, and perhaps analog robotics, using Lisp and and eventually Haskell (two highly mathematical languages).
I'm also interested in working for a very small business, one that will agressively limit its growth. Hence I'll also try to figure out if I can do this work on my own!