I find Embedded electronics fascinating. The amount of things you can make with tiny chips is endless! Using my hands to build the devices I’ve created is… really addicting. I’m a firm believer of Open Source and Right to Repair: I like to own my software and my hardware. That’s why I use Linux everywhere and self-host as many services as I can.
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I’m slowly but surely getting better at Rust. I use it to build Embedded projects and Desktop applications.
I started learning Python a while ago, but since I didn’t have much use for it I put that on hold. I’ll continue learning it later on, when I have a bigger need for Jupyter notebooks.
I use the commandline for everything, and after getting tired of using old POSIX compliant shells, I’ve switched to Nu.
I’ve also learnt the basics of docker through managing my home server and hosting some services I use.