I began OS development at the wee age of 13, with Richard Burgess's classic book "Developing Your Own 32-Bit Operating System". Thus began a long journey that I can't say has reached any particular conclusion, but has certainly been rewarding and educational nonetheless.
These days I do mostly systems programming in C++14. Database engines and such. In my copious free time, I continue working on the tooling and materials that will eventually enable me to put together a complete system according to my own vision.
- libc11, a public domain implementation of the C11 standard library.
- The Unlicense, an effort to promote the proliferation of software unfettered and unencumbered by copyright monopoly.
I am user Arto on the forum.