I'm Andrew
Developer, Teacher, Learner, Do'er and Achiever

A Little About Me...

My name is Andrew Zurn. I'm a developer, teacher, learner, do'er and achiever. I am currently working at The Nerdery as a Senior Software Engineer on the JVM team. I graduated from Saint John's University (CSB|SJU) in 2014 with a BA in Computer Science. I like to stay current on new technology, solve complex problems using new and different platforms and ideas, like to occasionally blog, and usually am sharing something interesting on Twitter.

I try to do things that make an impact and cause a difference. I give back by contributing open source when I can and like to share the knowledge that others have shared with me. I'm always teaching myself new things; it's my belief that learning should be a passion, and something everyone should experience everyday.

I'm still trying to find a place for myself in life, and although it may look like I have things figured out, trust me when I say I have little of a clue as to what's actually going on and am just here for the ride.

Some of My Work...

I spend a large part of my day developing, coding, designing, and tinkering. Outside of my job, I have a handful of projects going on, mainly in the mobile and web space (check out some of my recent apps that have made it into the stores below).

I'm mainly a Java developer through my schooling, but also do some frontend and mobile development. I'm always playing around with new technology, and have a list of the languages and frameworks that I use here.

I'm always looking for a variety of new and fun things to work on, so if you would like to collaborate on a project, or would like to discuss a mobile app or website, feel free to to reach out to me.

Saint Paul Athletic Club

The Bubble Bounce - Game

HIPAA Privacy and Security Training

Check out my Git accounts below!

Find Me At...

Want to contact me? Have some project work, or other opportunities that you would like to pursue? Feel free to email me, or reach me at any of the other areas below.