How to contact me
If you have a question or comment about a particular post, I prefer that you use the comment feature at the bottom of the post. That way, everyone can participate in and benefit from the conversation.
If you’re contacting me with a technical question, please include any relevant code and take a few minutes to make sure you’ve framed the question as best you can. Remember, I don’t know any of the background on your project or problem except for what you tell me.
One of the best ways to get in touch with me is to send me a mention @Encosia on Twitter with a link to your question and code on jsFiddle, in a GitHub gist, a Stack Overflow question, or similar. This approach is doubly effective because it a) helps you boil your question down to something concise enough for me to reasonably answer and b) usually gets my attention long before a message in my overburdened inbox.
If you go this route, be sure to also follow me on Twitter so that I can send you a direct message response if need be.
To contact me privately, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or submit the form below. If we haven’t corresponded before, I recommend using the contact form to avoid my spam filter.