Hi, there. My name is Eno.

This is my own corner of the world wide web.


I spent more than a decade developing an expertise in two of the hardest languages for English speakers to learn, Chinese and Japanese, both modern and classical. During that time, I completed a Ph.D. with a focus on classical Japanese literature. You can find my dissertation here. Feel free to write me about it. I will happily recommend countless great things to read in both languages.

Nowadays, software engineering fascinates me. I am drawn to the minimalism of Go and admire Swift, Elm, and Rust.

Current Projects

Currently, I work as a developer advocate for Go at Google.

Previously, I worked on the logging system for Cloud Foundry, an open-source PaaS many large companies use to make application development faster and simpler.

As a side project, I am publishing screencasts on building various systems from scratch in Go with a friend. The series is called Go Build It!.

Also, I write a blog on various interesting software-related things.


If you would like to say hello, feel free to send me an email at [email protected].

If you enjoy using encryption, here is my public key. If you are unaware of public-key cryptography, here is a good place to start.