Jimmy Chattin

Greetings! A welcome from Jimmy Chattin, a professional senior software engineer. He’s also writing fiction, demoing his own tabletop game designs, and practicing voice overs.

His background in C# and software tools contributes to both himself as a self-starter and when guiding squads of junior developers. Being around people as a leader and as a top-rated Couchsurfing host (pre-COVID, pre-paid subscription), he’s discovered an empathetic craving to understand people (yes, that means you too), making him a great team player and an excellent confidant and adviser.

Jimmy’s natural creative side gets fed through writing short science fiction (space, robots) and horror stories (spooky!). He also dabbles in oration, his deep voice that has been described as “butter” (🤷‍♂️), providing an experience that gives some chills. Some nights he’ll roll dice and scribble notes over some system or mechanic that might make tabletop games more enjoyable.

So far, Jimmy has been a top performer in just about everything he undertakes. Be it shipping games (Quantum Break being one), winning races (1:35 half-marathon), developing tools (give others the means to create more faster), saving patients (+300K due to an error during a healthcare upgrade), eating spicy foods (you have no idea), or endearing himself to others (why, hello ~), he doesn’t just endure, but excels.

Jimmy is in Las Vegas working on mobile game tools, his own tabletop games, writing, and voice work which keeps him safely quarantined from others during the global pandemic. He’s looking for opportunities to practice his writing ability and voice overs – if you and he can help each other in this, reach out through his Contact page.

Find more on LinkedIn and Twitter. Cheers for now ~

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