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Hello, I am Rph

Congratulations, you found my Github public profile. As a reward, let me tell you something about myself.

General info

  • I'm a 17 year old hobbyist software developer from Poland

No, this doesn't mean I will steal your car. It also doesn't guarantee high quality code. To github I mostly publish small tools that I consider fully done and ready for usage, however you also may find testing repositories.

  • I am versatile in the programming languages that I use

On here you will find projects in javascript, rust, java, golang and general web technologies

  • Pronouns: he/him

Where I can be found

Twitter: @rphsoftware mainly for rambling about hard drives, filesystems and discord

Discord: Rph#9999

e-mail: rphsoftware | at | gmail | dot | com (I plan on getting a more professional email address in the future)

Website: here (It's currently bare but I am working on it)

If you have any questions, just ask me on discord

That part with some random quotes that describe me

"Some idiot decided to use subtitle tracks to encode video"

"Most cursed turtle on Earth"

"Chrome user accidentally finds performance bug in Firefox"

Popular repositories

  1. This repository is cursed and will break the windows git client.


  2. Web player for Binary Revolution Stream files

    JavaScript 5 1

  3. Tool to merge dxvk state caches written in go

    Go 4

  4. This program's goal is to convert video files into SubStation Alpha files (using braille characters). Why? idunno, just because

    Rust 3

436 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

June 2021

1 contribution in private repositories Jun 9

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