I don’t write as much software as I used to, not that I was ever particularly prolific or accomplished. You can find what code I have written at:
Things I’ve built (older):
- A web site to help run small, multi-track fan conventions, specifically Intercon Pre-Convention in 2014 (link goes to an archived, static version of the site).
- 750books.com (defunct; source), a service to turn a 750 Words export file into a nice PDF suitable for printing as a physical book. Wrapped my 750book-script. (Python, Django)
- the web interface to the online catalog of the MIT Science Fiction Society’s Library. (Python, WebOb, Tempita, PostgreSQL)
When I was a software engineer, I was employed to hack on:
- the StreamBase compiler and runtime library
- Bare Metal (a custom Linux distribution based on Fedora Core and VMware), by moka5
- Request Tracker (RT), Hiveminder, and Doxory, by Best Practical Solutions
- rt.cpan.org, also by Best Practical
- Perl modules, most of which were the product of my work at Best Practical
See my résumé for more information.
Open-source projects I like and use, to which I occasionally submit patches:
- Sup, a console-based GMail-like mail client
- BarnOwl, a console-based IM client
- barnowl-twitter, a Twitter plug-in for Barnowl
Open-source projects I’ve started and hacked on:
- Mancala in C; no longer maintained. How I kept busy in high school.