I’m Piper (she/they), a software engineer by trade, computer tinkerer & entrepreneur by hobby, and master of sprouting strange new interests. I usually use this blog to write about things I’ve done that seem somewhat noteworthy, but sometimes other topics might find their way in here.
My persistent interests tend to be related to one of these broad topics:
- Computer Networking
- Data Hoarding
Currently, there are a few technologies that really have my interest:
- The Rust programming language
- The Nix package manager and NixOS operating system
- The Datomic database
- The art of data hoarding
- Home networking, though my home network has probably progressed far beyond what one would typically put under “home networking.”
I’m still working on finding some of my old writing that I’m proud of and moving it over to this blog. Here’s a collection of some of my writing that’s still available across the web.
I commissioned it from Nathan Butler (@xXacidnekoXx on Twitter – fair warning, he posts some not-safe-for-work content) a while back!
If you’d like to get in touch with me, send me an email to any address at this domain (piperswe.me). They all go straight to my inbox.