I program stuff. I'm interested in cryptography + image manipulation + anti-copyright. Know Python, Node.js, Rust, and HTML, CSS, JS.
Music BoxCompleted•Source Code•HTML+CSS+JS (with Crunker)
Create tunes using this tile based sequencer and download them as mp3 files! Alt link if title link is down.
Arvald Economy BotCompleted (maintained)•Source Code•Node.js (discord.js)
An easily configurable discord economy bot.
Banano FaucetCompleted•Source Code•HTML+CSS+JS, Node.js (Express.js)
Free Banano for all. An easily configurable and forkable banano and nano faucet.
Discord BridgeCompleted (Maintained)•Source Code•Node.js (with Discord.js and Express), HTML+CSS+JS
A simple bridge to Discord that includes a wikipedia skin. Alt link if title link is down.
PortfolioCompleted (maintained)•Source Code•Python (Flask), HTML+CSS+JS
This website! Includes freelancing portfolio and a TOR version of the site.
PilAnimateCompleted•Source Code•Python (PIL)
Python animation library. Frame by frame rendering. Successor to Canvamation.
A browser extension that allows users to tip banano crypto to website owners. Firefox download here, Chromium download here.
Faucet v2Completed (actively updating)•Source Code•HTML+CSS+JS, Node.js (Express.js)
A complete rewrite of Banano Faucet, now supporting even more cryptocurrencies. Easily configurable, so anyone can run their own faucet. Made in cooperation with HalfBakedBread.
Random Map GenerationCompleted•Source Code•HTML+CSS+JS (canvas)
Generates random tile map with terrain.
Hexagonal MinesweeperCompleted (Changes expected in future)•Source Code•HTML+CSS+JS
The classic game of minesweeper made with a hexagonal map and no libraries.
CaptchaCompleted (maintained)•Source Code•HTML, Ruby (Sinatra, erb, chunky_png)
A database free text captcha that utilizes Salsa 20 symmetric encryption.
A site hosting tutorials written in markdown, converting them to html.
A cool little traffic simulator game using HTML Canvas built from scratch (no libs, no deps).
Rust BMPCompleted (actively updating)•Source Code•Rust
A cool library for reading and manipulating .bmp image files in pure rust, with zero dependencies.
The NFT client for the Banano blockchain.
Markup to HTMLCompleted•Source Code•Node.js, Express.js, HTML+CSS
Markdown to html parser, and blog.
Ascii PlayerCompleted•Source Code•Rust (native_windows_gui, img)
A windows app that converts images to ascii, and also lets you view them. You can also view ascii videos. Made for an EPS codejam.
Web radio for a free internet!
BMP EditorIn Progress•Source Code•Rust, Yew (WASM)
WASM site to edit .bmp files online, using my BMP-Rust library.
WIP rts grand strategy game made with Nnom. No libraries, every line is original.
Check out what I've made in the past for clients. Reach out to me!
Besides cryptography, image manipulation, and obviously programming, I have interests in cryptocurrency, game dev, and Linux. Music wise, Zutomayo, Yorushika, and Yunomi are my current favorites.
Unsolicited Thoughts: Styling
I personally like barebones looking websites, as you may be able to tell. I think the old, retro web looks pretty cool too. But for my more public facing stuff, I try and make it look nicer (eg: this site, and my freelancing site). I'd say my CSS is pretty good, but there's still a lot to improve on.
Unsolicited Thoughts: External Code
I prefer to not use libraries whenever possible, and write the code myself instead. For styling especially, I don't like using CSS frameworks like Bootstrap or Tailwind. Code bloat and not looking too generic is part of it, but there's real merit in writing your own code. Don't get me wrong - libraries are useful, and in many cases it's better to use one. But writing things from scratch is more fun.
Unsolicited Thoughts: Cryptocurrency
Cryptocurrency has a pretty bad reputation. But there are real benefits. No government, corporation, or person can control your money. Decentralization is awesome. Centralized exchanges and smart contracts with freezing or revoking are really a step backwards though, in my opinion.
Unsolicited Thoughts: Documentation
Good documentation and examples really can make the difference between a great library/product and a bad one. Thank you for writing good docs!
Unsolicited Thoughts: Programming Languages