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

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.