I'm a software engineer, currently working on Kubecost.
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Tool - Code
Tracks live betting activity on the Salty Teemo stream to help make more informed bets by knowing live odds during betting windows. Runs fully local to the browser.
Teemo Tool (legacy) - Code
A small Clojure codebase to track betting activity on the Salty Teemo stream. Basis for the browser-only version, this includes a backend so users don't need to keep a browser tab opened. Deprecated to avoid hosting costs. Project includes a crawler for the Riot API which was mostly an excuse to learn more Clojure. Transducers are super cool!
Dashboard - Code
I DMed a couple of DnD campaigns and had some trouble keeping track of large fights. While certainly not complete, this tool helped me keep track of turns and roll initiative for large numbers of monsters quickly.
SchemeInterp - Code
I wanted to try writing an interpreter for Scheme in Go. This was the result. It doesn't support many language features. I would not recommend writing interpreters in Go; I would prefer a more powerful type system.
House on the Hill stat tracking - Code
I played several games of Betrayal at House on the Hill and found the physical stat trackers provided with the game to be poorly constructed and easy to lose your place with. This simple site provides a reliable way to track stats in a browser. I made the site in a fit of inspiration and used it a few times to reasonable effect.
Elm Obama -
I wanted to try Elm while at a short hackathon a while back, and settled on creating a frontend for an old hackathon project I worked on with some college friends.
I read a lot, mostly fantasy and science fiction. A few favorites being (in no particular order):
I like playing with programming languages as a user and designer. For my undergraduate thesis, I built a probabilitistic programming language.
I collect (and use!) all sorts of different fountain pens.
We have a long way to go, and there is time ahead for thought. It is something to have started.