I'm most experienced with Git utilizing the terminal, as well as webpage formatting with HTML4/5; CSS3 through Livejournal, but have some experience with both Ruby and Java. My gray-hat experience comes from fiddling with Foursquare alongside others. I'm restarting the process of starting the Java Immersive Program through Thinkful.
I have an enormous interest in Linux and have been told on the Linux/Unix StackExchange that I'm more talented than I think I am if I could deploy Kali Linux (and others using Windows 10 (*shudder*)'s new Linux Subsystem), but I didn't do so from scratch. I have the Linux Bible by Christopher Negus and only after finishing that will I consider myself knowledgeable about Linux.
I just followed the instructions, really.
projects and hacks
I was about to start the prep program for Thinkful's Java Immersive program and plan to start the actual immersive in early January when my health decided to get in the way. It's been honestly deeply depressing not to be on the track where everything had been going so nicely.
Currently, I've been trying to stay positive and change my habits about documentation and contributing to open source every day instead of only for hackathons.
I just finished Hacktoberfest for the second year and I was going to take part in 24PullRequests last December, but I got sick.
Other than that, I also have Mastering Sublime Text by Dan Peleg, who is both a programmer and a doctor, which is a huge delight for me. I want to attend both the University of Michigan/U of M Medical School and then go into Forensics.