My newsletter on operating systems, build systems, programming languages, software engineering, and my own software projects. Specifics include my learnings from my time at Google, Microsoft, and Snowflake, and my work on projects such as FreeBSD, Linux, Rust, Bazel and EndBASIC.
A retro-looking BASIC interpreter made for the web. Simplifies the coding experience for learning purposes by mimicking the computers of the 80s. Sports a DOS-like interface, built-in editor, graphics and GPIO support for immediate feedback, and cloud storage drivers for file sharing. Runs on your browser but also on your favorite desktop OS.