SPOILERS if you haven't completed it.
Assume all part 1 commands here are run in the home directory. Assume all part 2 commands are run in the
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19 Aug 2021 · 756 words
"…And never come back again, boy!"
You fall to the ground with an oof! as the bartender tosses you out of the tavern. Scowling, you yell behind his retreating back, "You're wrong! All of the goddess cities are wrong! The only way for people like us to prosper is to take control of our own lives!"
This site is statically generated using Nuxt.js with the help of templates and Markdown — because really, writing HTML by hand is tedious and I don't know why I ever tried — and its source is available here.
(aka my programming projects)
A comic downloader and converter to CBZ / EPUB / PDF for my Kobo.
Available via CLI and a Qt GUI!
A webnovel downloader and converter to EPUB for my Kobo, with lots of metadata!
Heavily borrows Mandown's design.
Kahoot-inspired Jeopardy! game, including Final Jeopardy!
Created for Bayview's Computer Club.
A game simulator to increase productivity with quests and gambling.
My first project with a JS framework!
A collection of rewritten notes to remember things better.
THIS IS NOT A TEXTBOOK.
A Discord bot initially to track sleep hours as friendly competition but is now a local music bot with synchronised lyrics!
A "reverse-Pictionary" where you compete to have an AI recognise your drawings.
Written for YRHacks 2022.
A pretty budget tracking app where I learned too much about server-side rendering.
Written for StormHacks 2022.
Android app to automagically plan meals and prepare a shopping list so you don't have to.
Written for Hack the North 2021.
Automatically update fanfiction in a Calibre database to instantly update them on your Kobo.
This website! It's gone through three iterations before this one, and this one's the first to use a framework.
Hello! It's very nice to meet you — my name's Daniel, a student studying Computer Engineering at the University of Waterloo who is quite passionate about some subjects but is quite lazy in every other.
I've dabbled extensively and non-extensively in a variety of topics to play with, including:
…and other things that I'm forgetting right now.
I have two server machines at home — a Dell OptiPlex 780 and a Dell Latitude E5520. One of them is a laptop and I'm surprised it hasn't burnt up yet.