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chriskrycho/README.md

Hello!

I’m Chris Krycho—a follower of Christ, a husband, and a dad. I’m a software engineer by trade; a theologian by vocation; and a writer, runner, and composer by hobby.

I am currently working on new material and revisions to The Rust Programming Language book, including a new chapter on async programming in Rust.


Things I’m passionate about include:

  • programming languages and frameworks as tools for improving the reliability and usability of software
  • theology proper and theological anthropology
  • the intersection of Christian ethics and emerging technologies

I am also currently looking for a job that checks off some of those boxes—read more in Next: Role?—so feel free to get in touch!


Over the past half decade, I delivered top-notch TypeScript support for LinkedIn, including a spec for Semantic Versioning for TypeScript Types and drove the Ember TypeScript roadmap along with significant parts of Ember’s framework roadmap.

Previously, I cohosted and produced Winning Slowly, a podcast about technology, religion, ethics and art; and created New Rustacean, a podcast which taught tens of thousands of people the Rust programming language.


You can sometimes find me on Bluesky, LinkedIn, Mastodon, and Twitter—though only sometimes!—but I’m always happiest to receive email. I also occasionally write for Mere Orthodoxy.

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    Defining Semantic Versioning for TypeScript types

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  2. volta-cli/volta volta-cli/volta Public

    Volta: JS Toolchains as Code. ⚡

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  3. true-myth/true-myth true-myth/true-myth Public

    A library for safer and smarter error- and "nothing"-handling in TypeScript.

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  4. newrustacean.com newrustacean.com Public

    The official website for the New Rustacean podcast

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