About me? Well there’s not much to say actually. I am currently employed at Accenture (btw, opinions are my own), have been programming for almost a decade (oof…I’m getting old) and am enthusiastic about new technologies, language design, making terrible music and cooking.
Is this the right place for my CV?
I made a language. This did start out as a super weird code golf…thing. But after some major refinement it became a really nice LISP(ish) language with an Erlang style concurrency model. It has dope tooling, a nice stdlib/extension system and I actually use it quite often for general purpose programming.
A small, but pretty powerful, instruction set.
An extension manager for configurations. It can do docker, docker-compose and file based configs.
Idk fam…it’s like Logisim but in code. I think 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!
This has been my Moby Dick. I have been on and off this project since 2016. It has been through so many iterations but somehow it is still WIP. I don’t even know with this one…maybe, some day, it will be.
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 someone picks it up at some point. Idk…I like it.
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.
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 too lazy to rewrite the program.
I made a thing. It can access FTP. It’s not elegant, but it works.