Hello! I'm a software developer from the US and just finished my computer science degree in Germany. Before going back to school, I worked for a number of different companies developing web and desktop applications, while utilizing a wide range of technologies.
I am passionate about biking, camping, playing soccer, and tinkering with things (both virtual and physical). As you can tell from the projects listed below, I am always up for an interesting side-quest. The most interesting projects for me tend to be about working as a collective to make the world a better place. Naturally, I'm a fan of projects such as Pleroma, Wikipedia and Linux that have done just that.
A simple command-line tool written in Rust that utilizes Podman to help deploy applications.
A Zelda like game written in Java Swing, it boasts a small but complete story line with an epic boss fight.
Not Quite an X-Wing is a small local 2-player game with simple controls. Your goal is to eliminate the other player using whatever means necessary. Both players start in orbit around a small star. It’s written in C++ and OpenGL.
A latin squares solver / generator built to facilitate psychological testing. It makes generating these sudoku-like boards simple.
HSU: The Game, is a top-down 2D Zombie survival game you can play in your browser.
Shop Local is a search engine that helps facilitate finding local results for products.
Simple in-browser net-worth projection
A project to play with indexing, parsing, retrieving open data