Me and my work
I am Simonas Kazlauskas, a software developer from Vilnius, Lithuania.
I believe in portable and reliable software that preserves the four essential freedoms. Most of the software I produce is cross-platform and oftentimes enables other developers to implement similarly portable solutions. See my profile at GitHub for a non-exhaustive list of open-source projects I have created or contributed to.
Besides the open-source projects, I have worked on a couple of web projects (spanning both backend and frontend), embedded projects and smart metering solutions. I am handy with a variety of programming languages: some as high-level as Haskell or Python and others as low-level as Assembly.
I have had pleasure to work with a variety of less widespread ISAs such as MIPS, PowerPC, RISC-V, SPARC and even Z-series’ s390x. That being said, ARM and x86 are the two I am most comfortable with.
Most of my time, nowadays, is spent writing Rust and Nix for Standard Cognition.
I prefer to be reached out to via e-mail. Especially if you have questions, suggestions, comments (in response to essays) or contract offers.
Details of my public PGP key are available below for those who would like to ensure discreet communication.