Jordan Hornblow

Senior++ Software Engineer experienced in distributed systems, scalable APIs, micro(mini)services, cloud infrastructure, tearing apart monoliths and integrations. Dabble in a bit of UI work now and then too.

Photography Portfolio
Buddha's Halo (Mt. Fuji)
Pier (San Francisco)
Mask On (Tokyo)
Ice Wall (Mt. Fuji)
A Moment (Tokyo)
Mountain (New Zealand)
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Jordan Hornblow

What do I do?

I work across all aspects of product development. I believe that a deeper understanding of the stack allows one to architect higher quality/more robust solutions and diagnose/solve bugs/issues more efficiently. I revel in building applications/systems from the ground up as well as maintaining and enhancing pre-existing systems.

I’m currently spending my time with AWS, Terraform, Node.js, TypeScript, NestJS, React and GraphQL.

Anything else?

I love music. Music is life. I am an avid collector of vinyl records which I catalog/track with Discogs/Instagram (links below), amassing a collection over 800 during COVID lockdowns in Melbourne.

I am a keen contributor to open source software and have created and shared a number of my own projects with the community. I also enjoy being behind the camera lens capturing moments. Check out my GitHub profile, internet project portfolio and photography portfolio (links below).

Who am I?

I'm Jordan, a software engineer interested in music. I was born in New Zealand where I spent the first 23 years of my life. I moved to Melbourne, Australia in 2014 after enjoying thousands of earthquakes in Christchurch and deciding a broken city was not for me at the time. After eight years living life in Melbourne I took the opportunity to relocate to Austin, Texas mid 2022 for work.

I am currently living and working remotely back in New Zealand after relocating home in early 2024.

Jordan Hornblow

Senior++ Software Engineer experienced in distributed systems, scalable APIs, micro(mini)services, cloud infrastructure, tearing apart monoliths and integrations. Dabble in a bit of UI work now and then too.