I've been learning about hardware development. I hacked together an esp32, some library from GitHub, a relay, some wires carry 120 VAC, and a lamp to make a smart lamp that works wit HomeKit most of the time. I also built a smart plug that inexplicably reports its state to be the opposite of what it actually is.
I am most experienced with Node.JS, Express, and MongoDB for backend development. However, my knowledge also is very general—I've messed around with Angular, React, Vue, plain HTML+CSS, Rust, C++, C#, and Java. I know. It's a lot.
Currently Hacking On
Recently, I've been hacking together a Document Management System in Node.js using Express and Mongo. I sort of hope I can end up creating something like Keystone.JS but less complex and more extensible.
I'm here for intelligent discussion about almost anything. I like arguing (but I hate arguing with a basis of difference of values). I'm also totally down if you wanna give me a job or internship. If you want more information, check my Stack Overflow profile.