My name is Daniil Rose. I am a computer engineering and German dual-major at Penn State University, with a passion for Lisp, Rust, and hardware hacking. Experimenting with robotic and mechatronic systems is also an interest of mine. I work as a DevOps engineer at a satellite firm, helping automate our processes using Jenkins and designing internal tools. I previously worked as an embedded systems engineer, which included mechanical and electrical components. I design PCBs and mechanical parts in CAD programs such as KiCad, Eagle, SolidWorks, and Fusion 360; I program my systems in the C, Rust, and Python languages, and do various calculations related to the physics of our units.
I am a member of Mensa, the Free Software Foundation, the IEEE and the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Most of my projects are GNU GPL v3.0 licensed, and I believe in the freedom of knowledge, as well as self-hosting and decentralisation.
I pride myself in being as efficient and knowledgeable as is reasonable. This applies to all my work, whether it is programming, CAD design, or everyday life. I have strong communication skills, and utilise these to further my understanding of all topics.
I have a blog called regressions, where I discuss various mathematical concepts, computer knowledge, and Linux things (although finding time to write new articles can be challenging!).
- Russian: Native
- English: Native
- German: A2
- Simplified Chinese: A1