Programming for fun and profit

A blog about software engineering, programming languages and technical tinkering

Projects

I always have a few side projects going. You can find an exhaustive list on my GitHub page, but here are a few highlights.

RepoBee

RepoBee is a tool for managing Git repositories on GitHub for education. It can do things like generate repositories for students, clone student repositories in batches, run tasks on the cloned repositories as defined by plugins, and more. I'm really quite proud of it, and have some exciting things coming up for it this summer (that I can't yet talk about).

Spoon

Spoon is a popular metaprogramming library for Java. It allows you to parse source code into a rich AST, analyze and/or transform the AST and print it back to source code. I'm one of a handful of maintainers on the project.

Spork

Spork is an AST based structured merge tool for Java. This means that instead of merging Java files by their raw text, it resolves the abstract syntax trees and merges based on them instead. It is built on top of Spoon.

Rusthon

Rusthon is a Python-like programming language implemented in Rust. It is a work in progress that serves as my learning project to learn the ins and outs of the Rust programming language.