Unix core utilities implemented with lazy IO and idiomatic Haskell including: cat, cut, head, rev, shuf, sleep, split, tee, test, tr, uniq, wc, which and more.
A lightweight, flexible, config driven, and cross platform task scheduler implemented in Haskell. Like cron, but more powerful and inspectable. Actions can be triggered by human readable intervals (every 6 hours, etc) or by file system changes under a path.
Apocrypha is a lightweight, flexible JSON server and client written in Haskell. It includes a client library for easy interaction through other programs including a serverless option. It's atomic, consistent, has strong isolation, and weak durability from lazy writes.
File system to HTML indexing for static sites backed by S3 storage. This Haskell program produces the HTML and thumbnails for public.anardil.net, which is served through an Nginx reverse proxy.
An generic recursive phrase generator that works of of YAML defined vocabularies. This generates the insults for the Pirate site, as well as Skyrim and Fallout boss names.
An optimizing ESOAPI compliant Brainf**k interpreter written in Bash. It includes an interactive execution display with optional per-operation stepping.
My personal dotfiles and a library of scripts for development, automation, and system management.
Web app for managing the Animate Objects Dungeons and Dragons 5e spell; choose number of objects, manage attacks, and damage
Web app for managing multiple attacks in Dungeons and Dragons; where you define what the attacks are and how many there will be
Python bindings and pip module for the Apocrypha JSON database. There's a legacy server implementation available too.
Go bindings and HTTP proxy REST-like interface for the Apocrypha JSON database.
Code that builds the sensor graphs for temperature, humidity, and latency for over all intervals, 1 hour to 1 year. Includes utilities for reading 100 MB+ CSVs back to front, data smoothing, anomaly detection.