1. Programming languages
  2. Other technologies
  3. Soft skills
  4. Natural languages

Grading scale:

10 You literally have written a book.
7 - 9 Expert, go-to person on this technology.
5 - 6 Solid daily working knowledge. Highly proficient.
3 - 4 Comfortable working with this, have to check manual on some things.
1 - 2 Have worked with it previously but either not much, or rusty.

If your project does something that interests me, I will learn whatever it takes to contribute. Tell me what I must know, how long I have to learn it, and I’ll call you back when I’ve mastered it.

Programming languages

Grade Name Notes
4 C / C++ Cheatsheets: C, C++, POSIX C API
3 x86 assembly, ELF Cheatsheet, Paging tutorial, Bare Metal
4 Python Cheatsheet
4 Bash Cheatsheets: language, POSIX / GNU utils
4 HTML, CSS, JavaScript Cheatsheets, Node.js, CoffeScript
4 Java Cheatsheet, school projects
3 Ruby, Rails GitLab contributions, cheatsheets: Ruby, Rails
3 GDB Cheatsheet
2 MySQL Tutorial
3 LaTeX, Markdown LaTeX cheatsheet, Markdown style guide, Markdown Testsuite contributions, Jekyll cheatsheet

Other technologies

Grade Name Notes
3 Algorithms Cheatsheet and implementations
3 Linux internals Linux Kernel Module Cheat
5 Git Tutorial
4 Buildroot Some .configs, Linux Kernel Module Cheat uses it a lot
3 OpenGL Cheatsheet and mini projects
3 Vim .vimrc + cheatsheet at end
3 Django Cheatsheet and mini project
2 Android Cheatsheet
2 OpenCL Cheatsheet
3 QEMU QEMU recipes, basic devices
1 Chef For GitLab Contributions
1 AWS, Heroku EC2, SES
1 Media formats Video, Images, FFmpeg
1 Networking Cheatsheet, basic POSIX networking

Soft skills

  1. Power to teach: I love to document things I learn so that the next person can pick them optimally, see my articles.
  2. Desire to learn deeply: I have to constantly stop myself from understanding every software I touch down to the assembly level. On weekends however, I make a concession to this rule. I have sworn not to go into the electronics level, but I want to break that promise some day.

Natural languages

Grade Name Notes
6 English Cambridge CPE grade B in 2004
6 French TCF grade C2 in 2011
9 Brazilian Portuguese Native speaker
2 Chinese Beginner
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