My name is Isaac Khor, and I’ve been writing software, both big and small, since 2012. I have experience in most major areas of software engineering, from embedded programming, time-sensitive networking, to building blog engines in Go and backend infrastructure in clojure.
Look below for the projects I’ve worked on before.
Tridactyl - A vim interface for Firefox. A successor to vimperator (may it rest in peace).
CljTinyC - An incomplete C compiler written in clojure for my compilers course.
LinuxPTP - An implementation of the Precision Time Protocol (PTP) on linux.
Autograder for Clark CS Courses - I am in charge of Clark’s autograding infrastructure for several CS courses. Email me or the CS department for access; this is not code we want public.