Java bytecode specialist, videogame cheat developer, polyglot. 20. Undergraduate Computer Science student.
I write software, and when I'm bored, I reverse engineer games and write cheats.
Currently, the project that takes up the majority of my time is a Java bytecode obfuscator, so I have become extremely familiar with JVM bytecode.
Also find me on GitHub.
Sometimes, I like to work on projects. Here are a few, but you can always check my GitHub for other things I release.
- Paramorphism – A JVM bytecode obfuscator targeting Java and Kotlin.
- Koffee – A programmable JVM bytecode assembler with macros-for-free via Kotlin.
- Aksara – A standalone JVM bytecode assembler.
- Wonseok – A modification for Minecraft to allow Korean text entry in its GUI.
- Type! – A minimalist, multilingual typing test website.
- side – A static-site generator written using deno.
- sipy – A static-site generator inspired by side, using Python.
- wg-manage – A bring-your-own frontend VPN tunnel management system for WireGuard.
- Starboard – A personal link aggregator for interesting code projects.
- ssh-lockbox – A personal central store for SSH keys, with automatic key deployment to Git forges.
I also like to learn natural languages.
- English is my native language and the one I use the most.
- French is a language that I spoke while growing up, since both my parents are francophones.
- I took five years of Spanish at school and consider myself conversationally adept.
- I have been teaching myself Korean since mid-2016, and consider myself an intermediate speaker.
- I know the Cyrillic alphabet, but I only speak enough Russian for baseline communication with teammates in games.