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    Since the fifth grade, I've been creating software. I started my journey with Python and JavaScript. A few years later, I am now writing software both professionally, as well as for fun in more languages than I can count. I'm probably the product of two computer scientists as parents.

    My work is mostly open-source software development. You can find all of it on GitHub. Personal projects are my favorite because I like to experiment, iterate and develop as fast as is possible. This is the reason I prefer to develop projects every three days. A lot of these projects were developed as a result of necessity and can be used in another project or as learning exercises. Feel free to fork and contribute to any of these projects. I welcome any feedback in return.

    Notable past projects

    I've been involved in a number of interesting projects over the years, and of various sizes. I was once an (very) popular user on devRant and have worked on multiple bots and tools for the site's community, including my first ever group project, devCredits, and a command-line client for the application, Dr. While neither of these projects was particularly well-written or designed, I learned many things and that's what I value most.

    Raider Robotics is a FIRST Robotics Competition team which I was a part of more recently. Raider Robotics was my primary focus in developing the software that powered our award winning robots, MiniBot, HATCHField and Darth Raider. Yourbestbet I also created some software for managing events, a parts management tool for the team shop, hardware debugging tools, and the team's primary robotics library (including its documentation).

    I keep my list of pinned repositories fairly up to date with my best of more recent projects.

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    If you've not noticed I have a large number of active repositories on this account.

    To make it easier for people to dig around and find out what I am working on, I've included some links to the GitHub search tool.

    Rust At the moment, Rust is my primary programming language. My goal is to become a Rust expert. I've been working hard to develop a number of useful crates to complete the list of available libraries for other developers to benefit from.

    -- Java has been my primary language for the last few years. I picked it up in the 10th grade, working with Raider Robotics (@frc5024). My Java projects are divided between robotics, Minecraft mods, and homework from my high school classes in compsci.

    Python was the first programming language I learned in 5th grade. It was my primary language from elementary school to high school and I have numerous Python projects. As is typical with new programmers, many of my older Python projects aren't high-quality However, my Python abilities have developed to the point where I can confidently say that I am an expert in the language. While my work is not open-source, I still use Python professionally.

    C and C++ were the languages I learned while working for Raider Robotics. The majority of my experience in these languages is in the Robotics space, I have small projects in these langues as well. I also utilize C++ professionally.

    I have worked in many different languages, but none have enough projects to warrant their own page here. Feel free to dig around my repository pages to find them.

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