Patrick mcconlogue

"I can work at Google, I can work at SpaceX, I can build a server. This is going to change my life in a magnificent way."
"Trees for Cars," an app created entirely by a homeless man named Leo Grand, is officially on the market.
The homeless man participating in a highly-publicized software coding tutorial was arrested earlier this morning by the NYPD.
It seems they've made some real inroads, since Leo is now prepping to released his first mobile app—and McConlogue is meeting with a "MAJOR book publisher" about writing up the story.
While he may not have solved the homelessness crisis, he did confirm that Leo the "Journeyman Hacker" is a real person with interests in "efficient public transportation initiatives."
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