Ian Felton has more than 20 years of professional experience writing software for organizations such as NASA, Mayo Clinic, Thomson Reuters, and many more. He is the author of The Coding Samurai : The Way of the Computer Warrior. His blog, The Coder Counselor, explores technology through the lens of psychology. Ian is also a published author of haibun, a prosemetric Japanese form of writing, mainly centered on travel and journeys to far-off places. In addition to bass guitar, writing and wildlife photography, his interests include practicing meditation, Chinese, and Chinese martial arts. Ian is completing his master’s degree in counseling and psychological services. You can connect with him on Twitter @psychcoder.
Artemis Pound has just graduated from college and taken an internship at Boom! Snap! Pow! Marketing in the new tech center of the East Coast: Lepton Mountain. But something’s not right. Someone’s trying to use the power of quantum computing to launch mind-infecting marketing software upon the world. Artemis discovers that navigating the corporate world requires a lot more than technical skills, that office romances are complicated, and that you never know who you can trust. After the discovery of a mysterious book hidden in an elaborate quantum world, Artemis and his friends team up with a shadowy organization and embark on a dangerous plan to save the world. The Coding Samurai: The Way of the Computer Warrior is an imaginative ride through a near-future world that reminds us that the more technologically advanced we become, the harder we have to work to retain our humanity.