Hi, I’m Wes.


I'm an optimist, technologist, remote work native, writer, experimenter, no-code and low-code developer, data nerd, Hoosier, and family man.

I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, thinking (and writing) about entrepreneurship, economics, Mexico City, Indianapolis, the democratization of software, urbanism, and coffee.

I'm a proud Hoosier who gets excited around my favorite holidays—Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the Indianapolis 500—and weekends with close friends and family filled with Indiana University, Notre Dame, and Colts football.



I’m growing Rarely Decaf, a software development studio that partners with remote businesses to design and develop custom web applications in a fraction of the time as traditional development approaches.



Projects & Links

I spend time thinking (and writing) about entrepreneurship, small businesses, technology, Mexico City, Indianapolis and Carmel (Indiana), the "no-code" movement, AI, urbanism, and coffee.‍

I also frequently tinker around with my own projects that use low-code tools and AI APIs.

When I publish my thoughts or projects, they mostly go on Twitter. Periodically, I'll sum up some of those thoughts on my personal newsletter.‍

Other past writing lives on Medium.

In the past, I've given talks on growth.

Talk to me

You can find me in-person splitting my time between Indianapolis and Mexico City, or online during a caffeine-fueled tweet spree.

You can also email me. My personal email is my Twitter username at gmail dot com.