Collection of my projects, both for career and fun (often overlapping with each other).
DSA Mini Textbook⌗
A handbook for data structures & algorithms, based on Purdue CS251 class.
Work in progress.
“Theovim is my Neovim configuration, geared toward my CS studies (C, Python, Java, LaTeX, LaTeX, and LaTeX). It features opinionated base Vim settings and keybindings, ~30 carefully selected plug-ins, and custom UI components written 100% in Lua.”
– Theovim README
It feels special to be able to configure a text editor to fit my exact preference as a programmer while having fun in the process. I believe that Theovim will be my life-long project, constantly evolving and adapting to my new interests and needs.
Haunted Tiles is my personal i3 WM and Sway setup, along with essential tiling WM tools like notification daemon, app launcher, and Bash/Python scripts to bring some of the DE experience to minimal tiling WMs. It used to be a part of my dotfiles repository, and with the growing size of configurations and shared scripts between i3 and Sway, I made a separate repository for it.
Both sets of configuration strive to be a minimal setup that gets out of your way while providing practical features and being aesthetically pleasing. The overall theme is Dracula, hence the name “Haunted”-tiles (it’s also partially because I like naming everything).
I love Linux tiling WM, and I have tried a number of them (Awesome, Xmonad, QTile, etc.). But I keep coming back to i3 and Sway for their simplicity. The repository contains Drcaula-themed configurations for i3/Sway and surrounding tiling WM tools, as well as Bash/Python scripts to provide the “sane default” tiling WM experience.
Well, some might say it is not a project, but I say it’s a lifelong project. My dotfiles repository includes configurations for (mostly) open-source tools I use in day-to-day life as a programmer, including but not limited to:
- Shell trifecta: Bash, Zsh, and Fish
- Terminal emulators: Wezterm and Kitty + Tmux
- Text editors other than Neovim: Doom Emacs, vanilla vim
- Weirdos: Neofetch, lf, and Qutebrowser
- Other dev tools: Git, Homebrew, etc.
I write about (neo)vim on this website.
The following projects are no longer actively maintained.
My personal resume template as a CS major.
i3 & Sway Tips⌗
Collection of commands, keybindings, and recommended applications for i3 and way window manager.
This A+-worthy-cs-freshman-level Python project is a simple CLI GPA calculator I use when I don’t have the patient wait a week for my professors to publish my grades.
Clean Linear Algebra Homework Template⌗
Linear algebra is fun, but it can be more fun with the right LaTeX template.
CS240 Comprehensive Review⌗
17 pages of C.