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uncomfyhalomacro | reading time: ~2min

🧑‍🔬 mostly about tech and biology. i have a love and hate relationship when it comes to software.

About me§

I'm Soc Virnyl Estela (aka uncomfyhalomacro). I like to discuss about Linux, Wayland, and various programming languages such as Julia, and Rust.

I'm responsible for the Rust rewrite of OBS Service Cargo Vendor.

I'm a package maintainer for the openSUSE community, mostly Wayland and Rust software.

My main background is biology but I also have exposure to computer science when I was in high school.

I'm a self-taught programmer. These are topics that interest me in terms of recency:

  • databases
  • DevOps
  • compilers
  • functional programming
  • containers

Most of my projects are now hosted either on Sourcehut and Codeberg.

The source of this website is available at codeberg.org.

Other stuff§

If you want to know what I use and what I want to learn, read further down below.

Software and tools I use daily§

Programming Languages I am really familiar with§

Software and things I want to familiarize with§

  • Erlang. I heard about it because of its impressive built-in concurrency support.
  • Go. Learn it since it's used from various companies.
  • Ansible. Notable for DevOps.


Feel free to email me at contact@uncomfyhalomacro.pl.

Closing Remarks§

This theme is much inspired from zerm, a really wonderful zola theme template.

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Articles from blogs I follow around the net

Decrypting FortiOS 7.0.x

Introduction Decrypting Fortinet’s FortiGate FortiOS firmware is a topic that has been thoroughly covered, in part because of the many variants and permutations of FortiOS firmware, all differing based on hardware architecture and versioning — we may have …

via GreyNoise Labs April 23, 2024

Copyleft licenses are not “restrictive”

One may observe an axis, or a “spectrum”, along which free and open source software licenses can be organized, where one end is “permissive” and the other end is “copyleft”. It is important to acknowledge, however, that though copyleft can be found at the …

via Drew DeVault's blog April 19, 2024

What Precious Things Does The Corporate World Steal From Us?

It has been about a year and a half of working three days a week in response to burnout. It took me six months to regain the ability to do anything beyond resting the moment I was done working, and in the past year I have recovered much of my ability to fu…

via Ludicity April 15, 2024

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