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.
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.
Causes I support
- The Foundation to Decrease World Suck: a non-profit existing solely to raise funds for other non-profits, chosen by the community
- Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF): working to further the cause of privacy and freedom online and around the world
- Cancer Research Institute: Directly funding immunotherapy research as a cure for cancer of all kinds
- Hire Heroes USA: Transforming Military Service into Civilian Success