I think about things.
As a test I decided to provide my services for the equivalent of 10GBP in BTC per hour.
If you have a project related to OpenGL, simple physics simulations (rays, gravity) or signal processing (especially fourier transforms) contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I might decide to help you.
You would get a well thought through prototype to solve your problem (in Common Lisp) and test cases, so that you can check your own implementation. I am proficient in C but it is less fun (so for a C prototype I'll charge more).
Number of projects I've worked on: 0
Average BTC per project: 0
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