I’m a 18 year-old student from the UK, interested in low-level programming, especially in Rust.
My main project is Pebble, which is still in its very early stages. Pebble is built around a microkernel that places message passing front-and-center. Passing messages replaces system calls, signals, and many of the ways UNIXs use files. I’m not going to have a lot of time to contribute to it in the near future, but I’m excited to see where it goes nevertheless.
Teensy keyboard firmware
My side project at the moment is teensy-kbd, a firmware for mechanical keyboards using the Teensy 3.2. It’s also written in Rust, and is not yet very functional.
I also dabble in programming language and type theory. My largest project has been Roo, a compiler for a small programming language similar to Rust, written in C++.