In April 10, 2020, I published my first commit on my GitHub personal account. And a year ago, I have 13 repos in my personal account, a website and three subs (thx to mrHeavenli, hollaatyaboy & MCS007N).

Also, I’ve compiled some other useful software, such as OpenSSH for Windows (thanks to all the stargazers), Wget2 for Windows and avr-gcc builds.

Later on, I switched to Linux, in January 2021. It was a hard movement, since no one of the programs I created (and I still have) run on Linux, excluding avr-gcc. Also, I didn’t know how to use it, so I changed from distro to distro like three times and finally, I’m on Debian testing. But eventually, I’ve managed to work and play using Linux (without using Wine, though) pretty well.

Finally, I would like to say that this was a very bad year (in general), but I learned lots of things. Hope this year will be better!

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A junior open-source developer on GitHub ( and owner of this website ( His favourite programming language is C++, followed by C, C# and Java.


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