The majority of my software projects are open source on GitLab. For a (mostly) complete listing of projects I've created or contributed to, see my profile.
A simple, zero-configuration command-line http server. It is powerful enough for production usage, but it's simple and hackable enough to be used for testing, local development, and learning.
A smooth, relaxed dark theme for the Atom text editor.
A customized Bash for working closely with git.
A minimal, responsive, style-agnostic CSS framework.
A static file server middleware that works with core http, express or via CLI.
A simple, neat and information-rich terminal theme for Zsh.
An esoteric language based on P''.
A splendid npm package keeping track of your redundantly-named 'file' files.
The 'Do Whatever You Want' License; just about as free as you can get short of public domain.
I'm a software engineer, web developer and hobby multirotor drone pilot in The Woodlands, Texas. My passion is using technology to bring information to users in an attractive and enjoyable way. I'd love to get in contact, so check out my various repositories of personal data below, and be sure to visit my blog.
One of my most favorite hobbies is flying quadcopter drones (UAS - unmanned aerial system). In addition to flying purely for fun, I also take a number of pictures when the time is right. Check out my best images in my gallery.