My name is Chris Cimaszewski, and I solve problems with technology. I'm a seasoned software developer, architect, technical manager, and entrepreneur with over a decade of professional experience. I'm passionate about making life easier through software. My software has impacted millions of users across the following industries:
I have an eye for design, and I enjoy making beautiful and accessible software. I'm a firm believer that code is art. I have been a GNU/Linux user/zealot for 20 years, and I actively contribute to the open source software community; many contributions can be found on my GitHub page.
In my free time, I try to keep my skills sharp and learn new technologies. As working products are created, I release the code in hopes to inspire people to learn development. Code for my projects can be found on my GitHub page.
Portsmouth is an enhanced window manager for Mac OSX. The current version should be compatible with Mountain Lion, Mavericks, and Yosemite.
With Portsmouth, you can automatically resize and position windows (both Cocoa and X11) via a keyboard shortcut or dragging and dropping the window to a target on the screen (corners and edges). Window resizing and positioning is supported by all Cocoa-based and X11-based applications.
Portsmouth is released as open-source software and is available from the GitHub repository.