I am a 16 year old high school student, and looking for experience in Software Engineering.
Coding has been my passion since I learned Python a few summers ago.
My idea of fun is picking a language or tool that people deem as hard and learning it just to prove I can. Haskell, Common lisp, and ed are some examples of this. Do hard things, right?
I can work three days out of Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday during school weeks.
And every day from Monday to Friday on school breaks.
I can work 6 hour days during school, and 8 hour days on school break.
chevron -- Python
A rendering engine for the mustache templating language (http://mustache.github.io) Faster than the other popular implementations in Python, and most importantly it's spec compliant.
wmup -- Python
A custom post uploader for wordpress powered websites. It is powered by a simple configuration file and executable scripts.
haskoban -- Haskell
Sokoban written in Haskell with editable levels and a simple terminal interface
surs -- Rust
A sudoku solver written in Rust. A brand new project that currently only loads boards and doesn't actually solve them. Although I have written a solver in Python before.
Tri-state Baptist Church -- Wordpress/PHP
I have done some work on Tri-state Baptist Church's website (powered by wordpress). Adding images to series and fixing some bugs. I also upload the sermons to the website (hence wmup).
Home server management -- Raspberry Pi/Arch Linux
I have installed Arch Linux ARM on a Raspberry Pi and use it to backup our pictures and other media files using syncthing.
The Python family
- Python 3
- Python 2
- Now that I think of it... I haven't learned 1 yet
The web family
The C family
- C# (via mono as I'm on a linux machine)
Common lisp (using the CLISP interpreter)
- vim (My favorite)
notepad++ (My first editor for coding)
ed (For when you find yourself stuck on a SUS only machine)