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Hi there 👋

I write software. Sometimes Go, sometimes Rust, rarely anything else these days.

I can be insufferably hawkish about Rust. You know the type.

Sometimes (usually a few times a week) I stream myself coding on twitch. Mostly this consists of mumbling profanities under my breath as I blunder my way through a wide variety of code trying to wrap my puny brain around how it all works. I like chatting with viewers, answering questions, and showing off my mediocre code.


  1. qsk Public

    Dynamic keyboard remapping and macro engine inspired by QMK

    Rust 7 1

  2. dfiles Public

    Composable container application manager tool.

    Rust 2 1

  3. cargo-generate template for unit-testable procedural macros


  4. portfolio Public

    Registry API implementation supporting transactional metadata built for multi-region availability

    Rust 3 2

  5. Generate random docker image for funsies (and testing).

    Go 2

  6. pyresume Public

    Populate a predefined LaTeX template with contents defined in YAML to build your resume.

    TeX 6 4

396 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

May 2022

Created 1 commit in 1 repository

Created a pull request in digitalocean/csi-digitalocean that received 2 comments

Opened 1 other pull request in 1 repository
digitalocean/csi-digitalocean 1 merged

Created an issue in tokio-rs/axum that received 1 comment

peekable stream body

Feature Request When using BodyStream I would like to be able to "peek" at the contents in a way that doesn't consume the stream. Motivation The mo…

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