I'm Connor Sauve, a software engineer hailing from beautiful Victoria, Canada. I have an interest in projects both technical and creative, plus a love of the outdoors and travel.

During my studies at the University of Victoria I had the pleasure of working co-ops at AbeBooks.com, Chris Upton's bioinformatics lab, and Helm Operations. I graduated in 2014 with my BCompSc and returned to AbeBooks.com, where I currently develop marketplace payments systems.



This blog's name comes from leetspeak t3h (the) and suffix -z0r. For me, its usage came to represent the co-option and transformation of words into the web domain.


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