Reha joined OmniTI in March 2010. She previously worked on a turnkey ecommerce solution aimed at fashion designers, stocking and product applications for a printing company, and a group of managed merch stores for indie bands.
She attended the University of Pennsylvania, where she studied biochemistry and English before discovering computer science.
I'm a second-generation programmer: my mother, a senior programmer for International Paper, has been in the business since they did away with punchcards. The first family computer was an IBM 386, on which I learned BASIC and wrote an adaption of Hamlet, which has fortunately been lost.
When I'm not programming, I enjoy things I'm not very good at, including digital art, Egyptian dance, and yoga. I play tabletop games but not video games, ever since I spent two weeks in college playing Unreal Tournament instead of going to class. I like fourth edition D&D better than third, second edition Mage better than third, and Shadowrun better than either.