About iBug

Undergraduate CS student at USTC, hobbiest programmer and passionate geek. Primarily a developer, often a DevOps engineer and Linux SysAdmin.

In action

I’m an active contributor on GitHub across various repositories. You can see a list of all my pull requests using GitHub search.

I’m also an avid user on Stack Overflow and here’s my profile:

Profile for iBug at Stack Overflow, Q&A for professional and enthusiast programmers Profile for iBug at Stack Exchange

See my questions and answers on Stack Overflow, or view a selected list of my questions and answers.

Quick facts

On the techie side:

  • Primary languages1: Python, C++, C, Bash (these are also my top tags on Stack Overflow)
  • Secondary languages1: VBScript, JavaScript (also HTML/CSS), Ruby, Verilog, Scala
  • Minor languages1: SQL (MySQL / MariaDB), PHP, AWK, Perl
  • Technologies: Nginx, Docker, LXD, Systemd, ZFS, LVM
  • Frameworks: Jekyll, Flask, Django, Electron, Sinatra, Rails, Twitter Bootstrap, jQuery, Chisel
  • Favorite distros: Ubuntu (desktop / workstation) and Debian (servers)
  • Favorite VCS: Git (and good at it)
  • Favorite text editor: <ESC>:wq (get my config)
  • Preferred automation: Shell scripts, Make, Cron, At, Systemd Services, plus Docker
  • Daily working environment
    • Physical machine in office: Core i7-8850H, 32 GiB RAM, 1 TB SSD (Samsung PM981) plus some HDD
    • Ubuntu 19.04, Docker, LXC, KVM

MSI produces high-performance laptops with very comfortable and beautiful keyboards. Must buy!

Personally:

  • Primary languages2:
    • Chinese (Native speaker)
    • English (Proficient as a foreign language)
  • Secondary languages2: French, Spanish and Italian (all read-only)
  • Note on contacting: Using Chinese usually infers a casual talk, so unless you write very formal Chinese documents (e-mails, GitHub issues, etc.) to me, you will likely get a casually-written response, in IM chat-flavor language, and sometimes incoherent. Meanwhile, I’m careful when writing English and often try to be serious. Prefer English if you expect professional talks.

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