My tools and command line environment.
A Lita handler that tells you who people are.
A website to help you establish a wardrobe.
This handler allows you to specify as many 'mention names' as you want for your Lita robot.
An Atom package providing syntax support for x86 Assembly.
An SCSS framework & UI library for Dropbox Web.
A Lita handler that replies with a youtube URL when given a query.
Predict the rating of a business based on the language of its reviews.
Answers to assignments for Computer Science classes at LSU.
Display your Trello lists through Lita.
A Lita handler to help you keep track of your pull requests.
A Lita handler for searching Stack Overflow and returning the first answer to your question.
A small but exemplary Flux/React application made with ES6 and jspm.
A collection of different experiments that aren't significant enough for their own repository.
🍹 A Clojure library for talking to your database.
A Lita handler for defining words using Urban Dictionary.
A Lita handler for showing quotes from Dave Morin.
A Scheme interpreter written in Ruby.
A website written entirely in Clojure & Clojurescript for reference.
A tiny Clojure routing library for Ring.
A website to help you find the best apartments in Baton Rouge. On hold.
A code snippet sharing website.
A small coffeescript library that provides a simple and intuitive interface for asynchronous data.
An Atom package for opening the current Backbone view's template.
A tool to block distracting sites when you want to concentrate.
An extremely simple todo list manager for the command line.
An emotional robot built with Arduino, Processing, and Chuck.
A very minimal library for implementing simple banking structures, written in a variety of languages.