Mike Klepper is a software engineer working in web-database connectivity and IoT arenas. He holds a BSc in mathematics from the University That Shall Not Be Named, and a MSc in computer science from Franklin University in Columbus, Ohio.
He is the author of several blogs including "Patriot Geek" and "Red White and Julia".
He is currently pursuing a master's degree in mathematics from the Open University in the UK.
In his copious spare time he is the operations officer for a community support group in eastern Pennsylvania, where he is developing the concepts of "counter-logistics" and "logistic system reverse engineering."
A tool is demonstrated that generates static web pages from a Jupyter notebook. The web page is both higher in fidelity and smaller in character count than that produced by Jupyter's "export" function. The resulting static page is used to create blog posts for the "Red White and Julia" blog on Blogger.com.