Jeremy Boles is a generalist from the United States. His interests range from design to software engineering, cooking to drawing imaginary maps, whittling to soldering, reading fantasy novels to studying philosophy, and more.
Jeremy lives in the Southwest Missouri town of Springfield with his wife, Danielle, and two children, Claire and Liam. They’ve lived in a one-hundred-year-old house in Springfield’s Rountree neighborhood for over ten years, making various improvements—mostly by hand—and doing their best to take care of the property, as its current stewards.
As a long time citizen of the web, Jeremy has been making websites and software for over twenty years. He got it first “paying” gig while he was in high school when he built websites for ska bands to exchange merchandise like t-shirts and CDs.
Jeremy runs a software studio named Central Standard headquartered out of a vintage camper in his backyard. Central Standard also has an office in an old building in downtown Springfield, but that office has mostly sat empty during the COVID-19 pandemic. Currently, Central Standard is in R&D mode, focusing on smaller side-projects since Jeremy has taken a job at Area 1 Security as a Senior UI Software Engineer.