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I’m a ⍚ software engineer—and sometimes a ⛰ photographer or ♤ designer.
2024-02-23 ･ functional, imperative, logic, programming
2023-08-25 ･ Swift, makeup, parser, NimblePublisher, NimbleParsec
2023-04-29 ･ macOS, email, Raycast, Himalaya
2023-04-13 ･ Hyper, macOS
2023-01-23 ･ macOS, Safari, AppCleaner
2023-08 — Current
Unlock the power of MLOps.
machine-learning, artificial-intelligence, MLOps, Python, Go
2019-12 — 2023-07
Duffel offers the most powerful and intuitive tools for starting and growing a travel business. Search, book, and manage flights across airlines all around the world—all through one single platform.
Ava (Jazz Networks)
2016-12 — 2019-10
Ava is an insider threat detection and response platform. After only 2 years in development it proved its superiority over other new and old solutions. Acquired by Motorola in 2022.
Go, Elm, event-streaming, API, machine-learning
2015-05 — 2016-06
One-stop travel site.
Raycast extension for Himalaya
An implementation on the multi-UI paradigm for Raycast and Himalaya.
macOS, email, Raycast, Himalaya
This application listens for when the macOS interface theme changes and then does some thing(s). For now, it's hardcoded to switching my kitty and Neovim themes to match the new theme.
macOS, Neovim, kitty
The experiment is to separate the system from the client. That means that you can interact with the system through different locations. You could have a browser extension, a Raycast extension, a menu bar app, etc.
Rust, Swift, workflow
Toshiba TV control proxy
I'm using a Homebridge HTTP switch to turn it on and off, and to know the status—through Homekit (Siri). The issue with turning it on though is that sometimes the TV is in a state where it responds to Wake-on-LAN but not to DIAL requests. This control proxy sends both when turning the TV on.
Rust, HomeKit, Homebridge
Generate common entries for a Brewfile.
Bachelor of Engineering — Software (Honours) at University of Queensland
Technology-supported activities through realtime, distributed, and collaborative interfaces
Traditionally user interfaces have been designed for a single user using one common device type—e.g. someone on a computer visiting a website. With the internet and mobile devices now being commonplace, interfaces could take advantage of being distributed across devices and working collaboratively with others in real-time. While there have been attempts to to handle this (e.g. Google Docs), they have so far been in a limited, prescribed manner. A proposed concept is put forward to design and build a new approach for a distributed and real-time collaborative user interface focusing on the concept of having a workspace with components that the user is able to freely use in a real-time manner. It is based upon existing web browsers and devices. Parts of the UI can be distributed across separate platforms. A prototype of a workspace for education is included and user testing of the prototype shows positive experiences and results for the users.
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