I started writing code in 2005, with a toy programming language called Dark Basic first and with Java shortly after that. In the past I enjoyed learning different programming languages (C++, J, Python…), but I have recently found more pleasure in writing software in plain C.
You can find all my git repositories at
git.tronto.net or on
my github page.
You can clone a repository with
git clone https://git.tronto.net/[NAME].
Here are some highlights of what you can find in my git repositories.
Programs and scripts
- nissy: A Rubik’s cube solver, intended primarily as a tool for practicing FMC. Check out also the project’s homepage.
- sdep: A minimalistic “date+event” line parser. Can be used in combination with some shell scripts as a reminder / calendar application.
- scripts: Various scripts for Unix-like systems.
- fmctutorial: an in-depth tutorial for the Rubik’s cube Fewest Moves Challenge, or FMC.
Math courses and programs
Here are some scripts I wrote and lecture notes for some courses I taught at the University of Luxembourg (2018-2022).
- mathsoftware: a full course (3 ECTS) on LaTeX and SageMath.
- preplogic: notes and exercises for two introductory lectures on elementary logic.
- kummer-degrees: a SageMath script for computing the degrees of Kummer extensions of the rational numbers.
- arithmeticbilliard: a python program for drawing the path of 2- and 3-dimensional arithmetic billiards.