I kinda suck at making UIs from scratch, so that's why this website looks terrible.
(I could use Wordpress or something, but that's boring. :P)
I'm currently not available for job offers. I might do stuff I'm interested in pro bono, though!
Git: GitHub Gitea (only for some repositories)
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I'm interested in programming, Minecraft, and music.
I've been programming since I was pretty young.
Get in touch with me on IRC (TheTechRobo on HackINT, Libera.chat, and Uplink), Discord (thetechrobo), or email ([email protected]).
Here are some of my projects.
A website that helps you find lost youtube videos
Extracts links from Discord server dumps
Here are some of the songs I've written. Consider them licenced under the CC-BY-4.0 licence. They're not that great anyway.
Not all of them can be used commercially, though, as the soundfont some of them use (Arachno) uses dubious samples. The ones that use Arachno samples are clearly listed so you can avoid them if necessary.
Of course, if you can get permission from all the samples used in Arachno, I'm fine with you using them commercially, but I have a feeling that won't happen :P
Proudly made with MuseScore 3.6, mainly to spite the people who say you can't make a finished product in MuseScore 3.6. ;-)
These ones should be fine to use commercially:
These ones should be fine to use commercially, but are NOT licenced under Creative Commons (if you would like to use one, contact me and I'll consider it):
Actually fairly happy with this one. The ending isnt THAT great, but it isn't that bad. This was the first time that I've attempted a piece using only synths, I dont think it's too bad.
If you have something that could use a soundtrack, I'd love if you could get in touch. It definitely won't be usable, but I'd love the practice. I'm not that great at composing FOR something, since it's kind of a catch-22 - nothing to practice with, no skill; no skill, nothing to practice with.
Simple 2d game engine for stupidly old computers
Archiving Twitch metadata and chat
Open-source classroom suite
Renaissance Receiver driver for Linux