Hello there,
you guessed it, I am
Khanh Nguyen
and I work in tech, engineering ops

My journey started as a software engineer, graduating from University of Maryland at College Park, building products for the web. Back then we were all full stack developers working on both front and backend technology. Since 2010, I transitioned to management to create a culture around operations. Currently, I am leadings site reliability at Sentry, a company fusing both my love of engineering tools along with the pursuit of availability. Stay for a while, I (will) have a story or two for you.

> engineering

I worked in Maryland and D.C. after graduating from college. In 2003 I took a year off staying in Hong Kong to travel most of Asia before returning to the U.S. From that point I began my life in California. Here's a look at the opportunities I had (have) in my career.

> epicurious

I don't want to say foodie since I imagine that it comes with a plethora of selfies and gimmicky foods. That's not me. Instead, I came from that old school of people who created a website to showcase the rare good eats encountered while traveling. Yes, I was the old-school food blogger. My site was called thehungryox.com and it was sustainable until most people went to short form. That's right, Instagram.

So eventually I took down the site and just shared the few gems on social media because some of the places I ran across, deserve a little more attention. Here's some of them: