geoffrey gauchet
developer / comedian
Freelance, mostly-full-stack web developer who specializes in frontend development, as well as a stand-up comedian, podcaster, producer, host, and promoter in New Orleans.
Check the menu on the left for more details, or jump into my Coroflot portfolio, my Twitter, listen to my podcast, or checkout some comedy shows in New Orleans.
Geoffrey is a New Orleans-based developer, who focuses on frontend development, but also is proficient in backend and database development. Languages and frameworks of expertise include: PHP, JavaScript, Angular, CakePHP, CraftCMS, node.js, Cordova, WordPress, React, and more.
View his portfolio, GitHub, Layman Weather Glitch app, or his Heroku-hosted NodeJS-based Twitter bot. You can also check out his DIY weather station and its accompanying Twitter bot.
Download his CV as a wonderful PDF.
Developer Spotlight: Geoff Gauchet | webOS Nation | April 13, 2011
New Zhephree Accounts bringing multi-device syncing for new Zhephree Apps | webOS Nation | December 1, 2011
webOS Nation Best of 2010 Awards Winners | webOS Nation | December 20, 2010
Podcast Appearances
Iterate | October 28, 2011
Geoffrey Gauchet is a stand-up comic from New Orleans, LA. He was also voted "Best Male Twitter Account" as chosen by the readers of Gambit Weekly. He, his house, and his cats, were featured in episode 7 of VICELAND's Flophouse series. He hosts the comedy gameshow The Rip-off Show at Hi-Ho Lounge, and the stand-up drinking game Wait, What? at Hi-Ho Lounge. He also curates 504Comedy, a living calendar of stand-up, improv, sketch, and storytelling shows in New Orleans and has performed at the Orlando Indie Comedy Festival and Bayou Boogaloo in New Orleans.
Check out the site for his comedy gameshow The Rip-off Show, his comedy drinking game Wait, What?, his (defunct) Simpsons podcast The Blurst of Times, the living comedy calendar he built and curates 504Comedy, or his YouTube channel.
Upcoming Shows:
The Rip-Off Show celebrates two years as the only comedy game show in New Orleans
Gambit Weekly | Mar 24, 2017
Did you make Disney's Healthy Gumbo recipe? One N.O. comic did / The Times-Picayune | Sept 15, 2016
Wait, What?
New Orleans Living | June 2016
When Celebrities Just Show Up: The Mystery and Surprise of Stand-up Drop-ins
Paste Magazine | May 2016
Preview: The Rip-Off Show
Gambit Weekly | October 19, 2015
Your 2014 Y@ Speak Award Winners (Best Male Account)
Gambit Weekly | June 3, 2014
Twitter explodes with #NOLAConfessions: What are yours? / The Times-Picayune | May 14, 2014
Podcast Appearances
No Pods, No Casters
October 5, 2020
Grub One Out
October 2, 2020
Tell Me a Joke
August 4, 2020
No Pods, No Casters
December 11, 2019
You Look Like
March 25, 2019
Beer and MP3s
April 27, 2016
The Choose Your Own Show
January 16, 2016
That Sounds Reasonable
September 15, 2015
Aside from writing jokes and code, Geoffrey blogs, tracks hurricanes, brews beer, cooks, and occassionally posts a photo on Instagram not of his cats.
You can read his blog, like his tweets, be his friend on Facebook, watch his stupid videos, listen to his podcast, or look at photos of his cats and food he cooked.
He used to co-host a sports podcast, believe it or not, called Delay of Game. He was also the subject of a cover story for Gambit Weekly (December 4, 2017) about the hurricane scale and algorithm he developed, called the Tropical Cyclone Intensity Scale.