I am a professional software engineer. Even when I get home after work, I can’t quite seem to stop coding. I rock at Ruby, Smalltalk, C and Objective-C. For details, have a look at my curriculum vitae. I naturally also have a GitHub profile where my code belongs (and a few older projects in my Mercurial repositories).
nanoc is a static site compiler written in Ruby. It generates web sites, but it doesn’t run on the server, rather on your local computer. It generates static HTML files from Markdown, Textile, … input, ready for uploading to any web host. Find out more.
Cri is a Ruby library for building easy-to-use commandline interfaces with support for subcommands. Find out more.
adsf (A Dead Simple Fileserver) is a tiny static web server that you can launch instantly in any directory. Find out more.
CObject is a simple reference counting implementation that makes memory management in C applications and libraries a lot easier. Find out more.