I'm a programmer, Arch Linux user, and general nerd.
As programming lead for FRC Team 6479, I regularly program in Java and TypeScript, but I primarily use Rust, Python, and Go for person projects. When writing papers for school, I also use LaTeX.
Aside from writing and consuming software, I spend some of my free time 3D printing interesting designs, some of which I sell (namely cases for school IDs, which you should be able to buy here soon). I've also built a custom mechanical keyboard, among other things.
This list is non-exhastive and doesn't include minor or unfinished projects.
As for infrastructure, I'm currently using Oracle Cloud's free tier, which includes two small VMs. These are orchestrated together using a Kubernetes cluster (k3s, specifically). Currently, I'm only hosting my website, but in the future I'll experiment with other services like GitTea and an email server. Is Kubernetes overkill for a static site? Yes. But is it fun? Also yes.