Jack Sarick /dʒæk sær.ək/ noun:
A student that builds a lot of things with languages of various sorts. I’m currently a student at University of Kings College in Halifax studying whatever I find interesting at the time. I’m not quite sure what I want to do with my life, but I’m sure it’ll be cool (if you have any ideas, let me know).
At any point in time, I’m working on a lot of projects. Some projects have final products, others do not. These projects can generally be classified as software, hardware, and writings .
A few projects I’m particularly proud of. The ★ denotes the project I’m currently most active with. As a general rule of thumb, my most recent (and quite frankly better) work is on GitHub, with less active work on GitLab. To see a full (plus or minus) list of all my repos, check here.
I’m working right now to organize my hardware notes and compile in such a way that I would proud to share them with the world. Here is what I have so far.
An investigation is something I classify as having no clear end goal, other than learning. Occasionally these overlap with schoolwork, so some pieces may reflect that. Things with end products are considered projects. Projects are recorded in a much less formal fashion, and get updated on an irregular basis until finished. Unfinished projects are marked with a ☆.
Most of my writing at the current moment happens in the context of school, but I try to find time to write for my own interests.