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Hi there 👋

  • 🔭 I am currently building a distributed data analysis engine written in Python, .NET, and C++ for a WWT client, and I tinker with FastAPI and MicroPython on hobby embedded systems projects in my spare time. In the past, I have developed web, desktop, and mobile applications using Java and Kotlin. My client work takes place in private repos, but most of my hobby work gets pushed here.
  • 🌱 I’m currently learning Go.
  • 👯 I would love to collaborate on embedded systems projects.
  • 💬 Ask me about anything!
  • 📫 How to reach me: check my website, Keybase, or LinkedIn
  • 😄 Pronouns: he/him/his
  • Fun fact: I have trekked through 6 of the 7 continents. A three-week trek in Nepal up to and around Everest Base Camp was the highlight so far.

Connect with me Peter Gebhard | LinkedIn


  1. pi-light Public

    A customizable Raspberry Pi Zero nightlight


  2. ROSLab is a high-level programming environment based on ROS that allows a simplified and intuitive programming of robots using design blocks and links.

    HTML 6 3

  3. Applying machine learning algorithms to disk drive reads

    C 27 18

  4. Forked from OpenSettlers/OpenSettlers

    Web-based implementation of Settlers of Catan using Google Web Toolkit.

    Java 2

  5. dotfiles Public

    Forked from briandoll/dotfiles

    dotfiles for: ack, git, bash, ruby, rails, vim

    Vim script

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May 2022

Created 1 repository
19 contributions in private repositories May 6 – May 16

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