Sorry, this page is a work in progress! Right now, this page is just a skeleton for what I will put here. Eventually, I will include examples of relevant projects.
My GitHub has the majority of my projects. I will showcase my favorite programming projects in this section.
I enjoy languages that have functional features, but I am also skilled in object-oriented programming. I am comfortable combining both styles of programming. I generally try to write declarative code whenever possible because well-written declarative code is also more readable.
My favorite languages are Rust and Kotlin. I like Rust because, for my use cases, it often allows me to not write C/C++ but still provide much of the same functionality and then some. I like Kotlin because it has really nice syntactic sugar and shortcuts for common programming tasks, and it just feels really comfortable to use.
I am extremely familiar with Git. I store most of my projects on GitHub.
I do most of my programming in NeoVim (with my configurations available here). I have occasionally use other editors too, such as Visual Studio Code and other JetBrains IDEs. I mostly use NeoVim because it is free and open-source, and I find it to be the most lightweight and customizable.
I use Arch Linux on my desktop with all my configurations available on this GitHub repository. I use a Macbook as a commuter laptop.