Hi! I'm Jay Kamat, an undergraduate computer science student at Georgia Tech, and I'm interested in everything related to science, technology, computers, engineering, and space!
These are projects that I have created purely for fun, or for improvements in my day to day workflow.
An Emacs major mode for alda
A Docker CI Framework, Leveraging Github/CircleCI
A C++ demo on how the design of super-tall elevators can be used to improve linked list performance
Created at HackGT 2015
A vi inspired, modal painting program, written in Java
My dotfiles, containing all my configs and desktop automation tools
A Java MP3 wrapper library to make sound easy!
A Java 2D N-Body Planet Simulation using Newton's Laws
Free Software Contributions
- Maintainer and Software Lead for 2016-2017
- Actively contributing through undergrad.
- See my merged pull requests for details.
- Created the first revision of a theme switcher and a dark theme.
- MULE Clone
Created for a project based class for CS2340 at Georgia Tech
- Java (7 Years)
- Shell (4 years)
- Python (3 years)
- C (2 years)
- Common Lisp (2 years)
- GoLang (minimal)
- Linux (7 years)
- Deb Based
- RPM Based
- Arch Linux
- Gentoo Linux
- Emacs/Vim Editing
- Docker (4 years)
- Plain Docker
- Docker Swarm
- Advanced Docker Networking
- Testing and CI
- Performance Analysis via