I am an engineer and product manager. I help build software that makes other software more secure, record a podcast where I interview notable folks about their career lessons, build a utility to keep your Windows machine awake, maintain a list of resources to help product managers grow, and tinker with USB data from a popular button box. In the past I’ve reverse engineered and documented the Halo Infinite REST API.
Sharing adventures in computers, reverse engineering, machine learning, and occasionally - my camera.
Time for another update on my “whenever I have time” project - OpenSpartan. I’ve done a few changes to the code base preparing for the first public alpha.
As folks might know, in my free time I am building a Halo Infinite companion app called OpenSpartan. It now supports medal visualization.
An update on the OpenSpartan development and how data within the app is stored.
I alluded to the fact that in my free time I am building a little project called OpenSpartan. I thought I’d share a bit more as to what it is.
As I am building out my OpenSpartan project as the experience to analyze stats for Halo Infinite, I wanted to have a quicker way to analyze my performance.