Hello, I'm Anna!
I am a full-stack developer, currently
studying at Douglas College.
Here you can find what I have worked on, and what I am currently developing.
If you wanna contact me or just learn more about me, you can check out my about page
Language parsing and virtual machines
I spent a good amount of time learning about programming language tokenizing and parsing, and
how to build efficient bytecodes and virtual machines for them.
I have built a toy language called Lin
featuring its own
. It is a dynamically typed
and based on Kotlin's syntax.
I currently maintain a standard
based on Twitter's Snowflake ID
specification, and reference implementations in TypeScript
Nanoflakes are 64-bit IDs that are sortable by time, and are guaranteed to be unique within a cluster of machines.
They are 1:1 compatible with Twitter's Snowflake IDs, but offer a more simple worker ID system, and more
flexibility in terms of the timestamp epoch.
Working with back-end
I have worked with a few back-end frameworks, including Spring, Ktor, NestJS, Apollo Server, Express, Javalin,
Spark, Micronaut, Grails, pretty much anything that is either JVM or JS based.
I worked a lot with AWS, going as far as building Serverless applications at work, and dealing with DynamoDB
and Aurora. I lack a bit of experience with Kubernetes, but I can compensate with having quite a lot of
experience with Docker.
Working with front-end
My front-end experience is a bit less extravagant, but I have either worked, freelanced or experimented with
Angular, React and now Svelte, which I am using to build this exact website.
I have built single-page applications, portfolio websites and even a back-office application, mostly from