I write code professionally as part of my role as CTO and architect of early startups.
Python is my language of choice and I publish code on github, such as:
- pymacaron: a Python microservice framework, based on Flask, swagger, docker and AWS Beanstalk or GKE. More about it here.
I used to code Perl, and have some modules on CPAN, such as:
- Sub::Contract: a contract programming framework for Perl 5.
- Finance::Math::IRR: maths algorithms to compute the Internal Rate of Return of a cashflow.
- Hook::Filter: a real time method call firewall for Perl 5. Why? Because.
- IPC::Open3::Simple: open(), a la sauce Erwan.
- Log::Localized: that one should be killed. Now.
- later: a pragma to delay import to runtime. As in 'use later thismodule'.
I have some (really) old stuff on sourceforge.
And some even older stuff here:
- Profil is an http proxy writen in java. It filtered http traffic in real-time, anonymized it and blocked unwanted content. Old junk really.
- An implementation of RSA in java. Encrypt and decrypt files (very slowly). Contains an implementation of some mathematic operations on large (prime) numbers.
And for IT-archeologists, I even have assembly code of self-replicating programs that I wrote on my HP48 way way back when I was 15. One could even auto-encrypt itself :-)