Hi there, this is my personal website. It shall serve as an index for my published(-esque) projects, as well as a place for me to rant about some of the aspects of development that I find to be 'cool' or otherwise interesting. One of the first of such posts will probably be about version control and why it's so awesome.
As a bit of background about myself (some of which is on the /whoami page, so excuse the redundancy), I am a student in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Kansas State University. I have been programming since 2004 (~9 years, as of the time of writing) in various languages. These languages include, but are not limited to:
- Visual Basic 6
This list is in the order in which I picked them up, rather than any order of preference. My favorite language of the above listed is C++, and my favorite platform is Linux. My favorite flavor is Arch, which I use everywhere- including my netbook and on the server running this website. I've been working with Linux in various capacities since 2002 or 2003, and I've been doing administration of Debian-based servers since 2006 or 2007, with a small hiatus from everything for a year or two starting in 2008 when I moved to Kansas and ending in early to mid 2009.
As far as C++ goes, i've been working with it since late 2004 or early 2005, and I've still got a lot to learn. Most of my experience in it has been with networking (mostly playing around with Berkeley sockets, because Winsock makes me cringe), but I've also dabbled in OpenGL and playing around with Qt/SDL/Fun stuff like that.
Well, that's all for now. Until next time.