Computers are a huge interest of mine! I like coding with almost any language, although Rust is currently my favorite – it runs at native speeds, comes with an awesome ecosystem (package manager, build system, & compiler), and has a nice syntax.
I learned mostly through online tutorials, self-teaching, and experimentation. With the internet, it’s fairly easy to get started.
Although programming is frustrating at times, it is an incredible tool. You can get computers to do things that are simply magical – moreso as computers continue to improve in performance.
It’s the reason I’ve been learning and making for seven years and why I continue to do so.
After programming for this long, I’ve had the chance to work with a variety of languages, libraries, and frameworks. Some of them are listed below.
Languages I have significant experience with (>500 hours):
Languages I have moderate experience with (250-500 hours):
Languages I have some experience with (<250 hours):
- Various (Lua, Swift, Python, Bash, GLSL, etc.)
I also have experience with some libraries, frameworks, and tools.
Libraries/frameworks/tools I have moderate experience with (>250 hours):
- OpenGL / ES
Libraries/frameworks/tools I have some experience with (<250 hours):
- Others (IDEs, Shell, etc.)
0x22fe is the psuedonym I chose because it sounds very cool (it’s actually a reference to an inside joke). Sometimes you may see it as x22fe – this is because some services disallow starting an identifier with a number.
This website is a record of some of the projects I have worked on. I will add more whenever I finish one (or find one hiding in my computer).