I am a strong believer in Linux and I believe it is the future of computing technology. Free Open Source Software (FOSS) is both powerful and flexible. Allowing the source code for an application to be open allows for it to be able to change and adapt as the technology field advances. It also means that the source code is never tied to a single company or person.

I occasionally write at the technology blog Enlightenment through Open Source and from the years 2009-2015 I wrote Thoughts on Technology. I have spent time doing development work with Python, Bash, and VBA. For samples of my programming work please see my GitHub page here. As well as the various links below.

Bodhi Linux –

Bodhi Linux is a minimalist, Linux based operating system that is built on top of Ubuntu utilizing the Moksha desktop. I helped start the Bodhi project in the fall of 2010.

Bodhi Linux 4.0.0 with the Moksha Desktop

qAndora –

qAndora is a simple, cross-platform tool for playing Pandora Internet Radio written in Python with a Qt GUI and a VLC or gstreamer streaming backend:

qAndora Pandora Player

Learn more about qAndora here.

Qute MTG Stats –

Qute is a cross-platform tool for viewing/editing/tracking your Magic the Gathering statistics. It is written in Python and Qt.

Qute MTG Stats Tool

Learn more about Qute here.

ePad –

ePad is a simple text editor written in Python and Elementary.

ePad Text Editor

Learn more about ePad here.

Exterminator –

Exterminator is a simple task manager written in Python and Elementary.

Exterminator Task Manager

Learn more about Exterminator here.

HexTCG API Tools –

This is a simple GUI and set of libraries for getting data from the HexTCG client side API and interacting with it via python. The primary focus of these tools is to build things that benefit people streaming Hex on

Hex API Tools Dashboard written in Python and Qt

You can learn more about this set of libraries and how to use them here.