Hello there! I'm Sukera.

I'm an avid julia users (started in ~2017, right around the transition from 0.5 to 0.6), performance enthusiast and otherwise interested-in-all-kinds-of-things person. I've previously also used Java, C#, C, C++, python and a tiny bit of HLSL.

I spend a large amount of my free time helping people on the internet with the technical difficulties they encounter when using julia, ranging from performance to design & code architectural issues. I specialize in making code go fast, no matter the language, as long as there's a way to profile it. Sometimes this requires restructuring existing code or architecting a new solution, depending on the severity of the issue, which is part of the fun!

I'm currently employed as a system administrator who also does devops, but I've previously also worked as a software engineer. There also was a time where I was teaching Java to first & second semester undergrad students in the form of a tutoring position. The views, opinions and all other stuff on here are my own.

What I decide to share here is generally licensed as CC-BY-SA 4.0. That includes both prose and code, should any be shared. Do note that individual snippets may not run on their own and may require external code, which may be licensed differently (I usually use MIT for my open source packages).

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