Technologies Used This Year (Captured as I work and updated daily)

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Introduction

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Hi, my name is Victor Conner. I'm a freelancing software engineer living in Stockholm, Sweden.

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The data displayed in this dashboard is being captured as I work. I've written a small go server that operates as a

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daemon. It handles remote procedure calls from neovim pertaining to events such as the opening of buffers, windows

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gaining focus, the initiation of new neovim instances, etc.

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All of it is open source, and you can find links to it further down the page.

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Experience & Open Source

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Mojang / Microsoft

  • Mojang / Microsoft
  • Klarna
  • Viaplay
  • Motius
  • Tele2
  • Comviq

Software Engineer - Mojang / Microsoft(Contract)

Nov 2021 - Current

  • My team at Mojang is called Bedrock UI, and we're working on the Minecraft Bedrock Edition.
  • We are building an accessible, and highly performant user interface for Minecraft.
  • The screens and menus we are developing must work on all devices, accommodating various input methods, and include support for narration.

Pulse

Recent Open Source Project

Like a fitness tracker for your coding sessions. It includes a RPC server/client and a nvim plugin that maps autocommands to remote procedure calls.

  • go
  • nvim
  • rpc
  • productivity

sturdyc

Recent Open Source Project

sturdyc is a highly concurrent sharded in-memory cache. Reads are non-blocking, and evictions are performed at O(N) time complexity.

  • go
  • robustness
  • caching
  • performance