Who am I?
I'm Martin. I'm a software engineer located Taiwan. Specialized at building high performanmce sofware, AI deployment and messing with Linux. Now getting to OpenBSD and privacy releated software development. Here's a few technology I use daily:
Do send me a message if you want to know more about me or have any questions. I'm always happy to talk about anything. I'm avaliable over email (marty1885 \at protonmail) or GNU Jami (Link to my QR code). If it's something serious, please encrypt your message using my PGP key 76D1193D93E96444 or send it over Jami which is P2P and encrypted by default.
I'm open to contracted work. Do shoot me an email/Jami if I can be of any help. If you are interested in hiring me, here's my resume.
Systems software, HPC, GPGPU and AI. I mostly write stupid C++ code. Sometimes does AI research. Chronic VRChat addict
- marty1885 \at protonmail.com
- Matrix: @clehaxze:matrix.clehaxze.tw
- Jami: a72b62ac04a958ca57739247aa1ed4fe0d11d2df
Lumina Industries, Inc.
National Sun-Yet-Sen University
Major Open Source Projects
Drogon is an production ready, extremely fast C++ web application framework. I'm a maintainer, wrote the coroutine subsystem, various bug fixes and joins community development. I have developed commerical product using it. Drogon easily handles C10K on an embedded system and C100K on a standard server.
I love games but why movies look so much better - An introduction to computer graphics and ray tracing.
Introduction to GPU computing with OpenCL - video
I'm a passionate Linux user and being on the bleeding edge is important for me. I use Arch Linux on my laptop, PC, workstations, servers and embedded systems. I've been using Linux since 2013 and knows a bit about Linux internal and managment.
ROOT is a high performanmce data analysis framework in C++. I have carried out Big Data analysis that usually required a cluster using it on a single server. I also integrated ROOT into IC development flow to analyze performance in real time.
Besided knowing how to use common ML libraries like sklearn and PyTorch. I'm an active member of the Numenta community. Helping the development and research of HTM theory.
Besides writing code for the CPU. OpenCL allows me to run faster using GPUs or even FPGAs. I also have experience using AMD's HIP platform to write portable C++ kernels.