Welcome to the personal website of Levi Schuck!
You'll likely find some adventurous logs or rants.
I build server software.
My passion is where the information flows. I think about messages between servers, databases, and services in general in my spare and not-so-spare time. I would like more experience with distributed systems, since that is where I spend my time researching and developing for.
I do Functional Programming.
Although one of my favorite languages is C++, lately I have been breaking my mind with Haskell. It is rapidly becoming one of my most favorite languages, in which I feel confident with. Detecting errors before production and release has become a big focus for me here.
I have graduated.
During my university education, I not only completed the projects for my courses, I also had several prototypal projects that I learned a great deal from. Most of these projects have been 3D game engines or servers of various sorts.
I like spicy foreign food.
Often, I go out with an old roommate to Thai, Vietnamese, and Indian restaurants. Fast food is often dull and leaves a bad taste. Lately I have been practicing with chopsticks, and I think I am getting better. Soups like phở are quite different to what I have grown up with. Usually, I like my foreign foods with beef when there's an option between beef, pork, and chicken.
An Australian called me a confused hipster.
An iOS developer I know in Australia claims I am a hipster because I type in Dvorak instead of QWERTY. I like and code for C++ and Haskell. Also, I like listening to music without vocals.
I like camping and canoeing.
I like the fresh air and darkness when it comes to camping. In the past, I really enjoyed backpacking and canoeing trips. Although I like to fish, I haven't had much luck. One time I got a cat fish and it was painful to bring up a foot-high bank since it was poking me with its bony fins. I am also an eagle scout
A few recent posts
- Counties and Conduit - July 26, 2015
- Thoughts on Deus Ex Human Revolution Directors Cut - June 21, 2014
- I Read SOA Patterns - May 21, 2014
- Graduation and My Future - May 1, 2014
- Related Work in Event-Driven Architecture - March 15, 2014