There's a difference between "What you do" and "What you really do."
An I mentioned earlier, I'm looking for work. Given that I'm not working, and doing the looking only takes half the day, I'm spending the other half of the day diving back into Rust. Those two events came together in a conversation I had today with a "career coach" in an unexpected way.
My career coach loves my elevator pitch:
I have a very broad range of experiences, but what I do comes down to this: using industry standard application servers like Django and Swagger for the back-end and familiar tools like React or Backbone for the front-end, I build user interfaces for complex business process that make them easy to understand and a pleasure to use.