"Close eye. Trust. Concentrate. Think only tree."
- Mr. Kesuke Miyagi

About me

My love for technology started at a young age when my mom got me an Atari 800XL on which I played Jungle Hunt, and wrote my first lines of code in Atari Basic (rev B).

I think that she was somewhat of a visionary as she was convinced there was a bright future to be had in computers!

Being the altruistic person she was, she sacrificed a lot in order to get me involved in this field and she succeeded as I went on to make a living working in IT, mostly as a Desktop Engineer (doing operating system builds and application packaging).

Thanks Mom!

Nonetheless, my coding itch wasn't getting scratched, so I decided to make this website to see how far we'd come since I made my first web page on GeoCities (so many GIFs!).

This project is mostly an ongoing self-learning experience, but I thought it would also be a good opportunity to share some of the things I have created (you'll find them below) and could prove to be fun/useful to you.





SLinker is a program that manages and creates symbolic links between files or folders.

Have you ever wanted to add your external drive to you iTunes library? Have some of your settings synced with Dropbox, Google Drive, or Onedrive? That game you play (i.e. Minecraft) doesn't have cloud sync? Well link it's save location to Dropbox and you're set! You'll also benefit from Dropbox's versioning so that you can save scum!

Here's some of the things you can use SLinker for:

  • link your software (VScode...) settings to your favorite cloud provider
  • add external drives to iTunes or your choice of media player
  • back up and sync your game save files
  • use your cloud provider's versioning to save scum that rogue like game you're having trouble with...

No release yet... SLinker is still in development so sit tight!


A beautiful animated wallpaper with day and night cyle!

A while back, I fell in love with the pixel art of the BitDay wallpaper made by a Danny Care.

I though it was a dead project do I decided to revive it and came up with a version of BitDay which implements:

  • Changing wallpaper depending on the location and time of day.
  • Redesigned animated clouds.
  • The awesomeness of the original BitDay wallpapers!
Get it here


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