Hello, I’m Nathan!
Nearly all of my personal projects are written in Zig, but I also enjoy Lua, C, Python, and many other languages. I often find myself reinventing the wheel just to learn how something works, or to fix something that annoys me. Read my now page for more details of what I’m currently working on.
I’m an active member of the open source software community; both creating new projects and contributing to existing projects.
- zf: a fuzzy finder that is optimized for filtering filepaths.
- ziglua: an idiomatic Zig wrapper for the Lua C API.
- open-reckless-drivin: a rewrite of an old Macintosh game.
- workspaces.nvim and sessions.nvim: simple workspace and session plugins for neovim.
- projectile: a Blender addon to apply initial velocities to rigid body objects.
- Blender: I participated in the Google Summer of Code in 2019 and 2020 improving the outliner editor. My commit history shows other areas I contributed to.
Outside of computery things I enjoy hiking, running, reading, playing piano, and making fancy pizzas.
You can find me on GitHub, or send an email to [email protected] if you want to say hi! Please don’t hesitate to reach out, I love hearing from people! This blog also has an RSS feed.
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