About me? Well there’s not much to say actually. I am attending the Technical University of Vienna at the moment (I’m doing my bachelors degree in Software & Information Engineering), have been programming for over half a decade (that really does sound longer than “for over 5 years”, doesn’t it?) and am enthusiastic about new technologies, language design, terrible music, movies starring Benedict Cumberbatch and cooking.
Is this the right place for my CV?
A small, but pretty powerful, instruction set.
Distributed computing is pretty neat. Go check out my distributed compute project.
Idk fam…it’s like Logisim but in code. It’s pretty dope.
Idk fam…it’s like Packet Tracer but in code. Also pretty damn dope.
Actually not a useless project!! A website for a charity organization I am the Head of Technology at, made by me and a friend of mine!
I made a language. I think it’s pretty dope and you should probably check it out.
One day I thought: how do operating systems work? And I really had no clue. So what’s the easiest way to find out? Definitely not making one. So I did exactly that.
Made this language for a school assignment. Turned out to be pretty good. Maybe someones picks it up at some point. Idk…I like it.
I made another language. This one is not as useful as Hades or even littl. I mainly use it to cheat in code golf (and yes…using code golf languages like GolfScript is cheating) by adding built-in functions…it might even become usable one day. ¯_(ツ)_/¯
Yes. For a second, I did get sucked in by the shiny world of game development. It was just a phase, okay?! I’m over it. No more games from me.
A friend of mine (follow him on Instagram @minati_ylo) who also does really cool cosplays (one of the incentives to follow him) wanted to recreate the arms of the Spiderman costume from Infinity War. Here’s the code + schematics for that.
It was cool while it lasted. This was a pretty neat live stock monitor utilizing the Yahoo Finance API. The API is deprecated by now and I’m to0 lazy to rewrite the program.
I made a thing. It can access FTP. It’s not elegant, but it works.