I'm a software developer with over 20 years professional experience,
primarily in low level operating systems programming,
with an emphasis in real-time and/or embedded systems.
Here you will find a few programs and api's I've written over the years.
Some I wrote to solve a specific problem, some for my own amusement.
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A program should be light and agile, its subroutines connected like a string of pearls.
The spirit and intent of the program should be retained throughout.
There should be
neither too little or too much, neither needless loops nor useless variables,
neither lack of structure nor overwhelming rigidity.
A program should follow the `Law of Least Astonishment'.
What is this law?
simply that the program should always respond to the user in the way that astonishes
A program, no matter how complex, should act as a single unit.
The program should be directed by the logic within rather than by outward appearances.
If the program fails in these requirements, it will be in a state of disorder and
The only way to correct this is to rewrite the program.