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oxinabox/README.md

๐Ÿ‚ Hi Hi, I am Frames ๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿ’•

Feel encouraged to reach out to me. I like people. I am very contactable online. I am sure you can find me. Some places you may find me listed under my old name. Sorry about that; please let me know if you find some so I can get it fixed.

GitHub doesn't make it easy to showcase all the projects I am involved in. Especially with so many being inside various github orgs. So I am using this profile README.md to experiment with providing something better.

Note 1: these lists are incomplete. When I find time I will remember the other 50 projects I am involved in.
Note 2: this is just a list of projects I am involved in. A project listed here just means my involvement is in some sense significant. It doesn't mean I am the sole or even lead maintainer.

Dead-ends

These are projects that I have spent a fair bit of time working on, but that I have now concluded are dead-ends. That they are not the way to continue to advance to solve this problem. They probably still function and work usefully. But they are deprecated and have other alternatives recommended. Not every project that I have abandonned is here, just ones that went a long way. You should ask me about why I think these are dead-ends, they are interesting things or they wouldn't have gotten this far.

Experiments and Early Ideas

These are projects that are in an early stage, and exist more to prove a point. They may or may not be usable. I may or may not be actively working on them at this point in time. I might not have touched them in years. Regardless of this they are very cool ideas (in my very biased opinion). You should ask me about them.

  • oxinabox/Arborist.jl: ๐ŸŒณ An arborist operates on trees. Graft your Julia code! - oxinabox/Arborist.jl
  • oxinabox/MixedModeDebugger.jl: A Julia Debugger that works with mixed compiled and interpretted mode for performance - oxinabox/MixedModeDebugger.jl
  • oxinabox/AutoPreallocation.jl: What if your code allocated less? Remember what memory we needed last time and use it again every time after - oxinabox/AutoPreallocation.jl

Conclusion

I hope this has been useful to you to see what I have been up to. Do reach out to me, as I said, I love talking to other humans.

You can find the script that generates this profile here. It's pretty fun little webscrapy markdown generaty thing.

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  1. JuliaCollections/DataStructures.jl JuliaCollections/DataStructures.jl Public

    Julia implementation of Data structures

    Julia 679 242

  2. malmaud/TensorFlow.jl malmaud/TensorFlow.jl Public

    A Julia wrapper for TensorFlow

    Julia 881 112

  3. JuliaDiff/ChainRules.jl JuliaDiff/ChainRules.jl Public

    forward and reverse mode automatic differentiation primitives for Julia Base + StdLibs

    Julia 420 85

  4. invenia/NamedDims.jl invenia/NamedDims.jl Public

    For working with dimensions of arrays by name

    Julia 120 14

  5. MagneticReadHead.jl MagneticReadHead.jl Public

    A cassette-based debugger | The Other Debugger

    HTML 50 6

  6. JuliaLogging/LoggingExtras.jl JuliaLogging/LoggingExtras.jl Public

    Composable Loggers for the Julia Logging StdLib

    Julia 139 20