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Hi there 👋

I am an engineering student, programmer, and aspiring computer architect with a passion for exploring the world of computing.

About me

use Area::*;
use Languages::*;
use Skills::*;
use Tools::*;

let zakhary = Person {
  about: Contact {
    name: "Zakhary Kaplan",
    email: "",
    country: "🇨🇦",
  edu: vec![Degree {
    school: "University of Toronto",
    discipline: "Computer Engineering",
    level: Level::Bachelors,
    grad: 2023,
  area: Hardware | Software,
  work: Developer {
    languages: vec![Assembly, C, Cpp, Lua, Python, Rust, Verilog],
    skills: vec![Algorithms, Compilers, Embedded, Emulation, Fpga],
    tools: vec![Docker, GnuMake, Neovim, Tmux, Unix, Zsh],
    os: "*nix",
    editor: "(neo)?vim",


  1. gameboy Public

    Game Boy emulator written in Rust

    Rust 1

  2. Whitespace management for Neovim

    Lua 33 4

  3. wallace Public

    A modern homepage inspired by the classic web iconography


  4. kap-16 Public

    A toy 16-bit microprocessor architecture


  5. cake Public

    Just another C/C++ Makefile-based build system, aimed at providing quick and easy development

    Makefile 3

  6. mapper Public

    A Geographic Information System (GIS) software program

    Dockerfile 1 2

715 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview

Contribution activity

November 2022

Opened 1 pull request in 1 repository
akinsho/bufferline.nvim 1 merged
Reviewed 2 pull requests in 2 repositories
zakharykaplan/nvim-retrail 1 pull request
akinsho/bufferline.nvim 1 pull request
41 contributions in private repositories Nov 1 – Nov 29

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