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Hi there 👋

You found it, the answer to the ultimate question of my life, possibly the universe, and everything.

They/Them pronouns. In this README I describe some projects I've contributed and created.

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This is an example of utilizing multithreading to approximate an N-body simulation.

ExSemantica is a big side-project to create a link aggregator. Exfwghtblog is a lightweight blog application in Elixir, but not really production ready yet. I'll have to complete both at later dates.

Simple PCB design: RMoy

The RMoy is a CMoy-style headphone amplifier using a Burr-Brown OPA2134 dual operational amplifier. I designed this in KiCad. I still have to fix some issues with the design which I will at a later date.


  1. broccoli broccoli Public

    A soft multimedia/graphics processor prototype in Chisel 3

    Scala 10 1

  2. ExSemantica/ExSemantica ExSemantica/ExSemantica Public

    Open-source link aggregator.

    Elixir 1

  3. GPrimola/yamel GPrimola/yamel Public

    Yamel is a YAML parser and serializer lib for Elixir.

    Elixir 4 2

  4. RMoy RMoy Public

    Simple 12V 0.5A headphone amplifier convergent with the CMoy's design and philosophy.

  5. nbody2024 nbody2024 Public

    Quickly-done multithreaded Raylib N-body simulation in C++


  6. chlorobot chlorobot Public

    C++ IRC bot with a gRPC-connected Python command handler