Arthur J. O'Dwyer
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What I Do
I'm currently at Mixpanel, where I wrangle terabytes
of data and generally keep things running smoothly.
Before that, I worked for MemSQL, making the world's fastest
distributed SQL database.
Before that, I worked for Green Hills Software, making the world's
most optimizing C compiler.
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My hobbies include:
These days, whenever I do something big as a hobby project, I try
to put it up on
So that's a good place to look at what I've been doing lately. Most
recently, I ported several
versions of the classic Fortran game "Adventure" to the Z-machine.
I'm looking for one
particular lost version of "Adventure"; if you see it, please contact
Email: arthur.j.odwyer at gmail.com
Here is where I store some stuff that is free. If you like
something that you see here, please feel free to take it and make
it yours. But still free. Thanks.
which I have used in creating crosswords for The Tartan. Includes
a crossword dictionary.
detab, an entab/detab utility.
(.c), a very simple and I think
user-friendly interface to various flavors of the BMP, PGM, and PPM image
formats. Also converts between RGB and grayscale very easily.
quine, a little program that
tries to generate a "quining" function for any given C program.
Produces 100% portable ISO C.
Pentominoes, an abstract board game of my own devising.
Fungus, the Befunge machine;
and its two-dimensional assembler; based on a specification by
Documents: copyright someone else
Links: not here
You can go here for a whole page of links
to things I like.
This page was last updated
5 January 2016
All original code, images and documentation on this page
are freely distributable.
Please keep them that way.