I’m a generalist who’s starting my career in the field that I love, at Foko. While I’ve written a lot of software over the past decade, it’s been largely personal projects (like the many I wrote while earning my Civil Engineering degree), software for the company I started, or contributions to open source projects.
Has this logo been done before? A reverse image search just for logos. My partner and I collaborated to make this project in a couple of weeks using:
Features a custom algorithm for logo matching with performance critical code written in C++.
A custom CAD tool used for designing and optimizing buildings, written in Racket. Features a unique stacking algorithm with backtracking and pathfinding employed to determine optimal solutions.
Developed using a design-by-contract approach, unit testing, and integration testing with a mutation-based fuzzer to ensure reliability.
Scheme library for game and interactive media development. A meta-project comprised of 14 unique libraries: the highly modular codebase is 75% Scheme, 25% C, fully documented, and features dozens of examples.
Features performance-critical spatial partitioning and frustum culling algorithms implementation based on a survey of the state of the art.
Provides a novel high-level interface to OpenGL while maintaining the speed and flexibility of native code; partially achieved with custom code generation.
More about Hypergiant
Generates sites based on arbitrary data in multiple (human) languages, using sandboxing and multi-threading. Written in Common Lisp.
Where I write about what I'm working on and what I've learned.
All of the open source libraries in CHICKEN Scheme, Common Lisp, and C that I am actively maintaining.
I’d love to hear your comments or questions. If you have any or just want to say hi, send me an email at: