kdsch.org

About

I’m Karl Schultheisz. I want to see free culture take over new places, whether it’s the code keeping vendor-orphaned mobile devices in service and out of landfills, or the long-lived, repairable circuits giving a voice to future decades of electronic music.

Donations support my work.

I maintain Haxbli, an open-source audio technology project.

Professional

An electrical engineer by training, my career as a software engineer has focused on dealing with obstacles I encounter. Along the way, I’ve acquired a capable array of skills to work with electronics, computers, software, data, and people.

For details on my technical skills, see my repositories.

Items

2021 09 15 Convert ODEs to DSP—With a Tool
2021 08 12 Nonlinear DSP is Good, Fun, and Hard
2021 07 27 Small Is Beautiful
2021 07 12 "Coming to An Understanding"
2021 07 10 How to Liberate Billions of Android Users
2021 03 31 Smart: Starting an Electronics Biz During a Chip Shortage
2021 02 12 Wait, Maybe Not Rust
2021 01 24 Recursyn Development Report 0
2021 01 08 Recursyn: Analog Resampling Synthesizer
2021 01 04 Faust Brings Functional Programming to DSP
2020 12 10 My 2020: Development Comes to a Head
2020 09 22 The Musician Taught the Engineer
2020 02 17 Useful Work Logging
2020 02 04 Troubleshooting Home Network Quality Issues
2020 01 31 How I Make Terminal Sessions Productive
2020 01 19 Hope for Reducing C/C++ Build Times
2020 01 17 Data in the History of Automation Tools
2019 09 19 What I'm Up To
2019 09 11 Designing a Platform for Programming Language Experimentation
2019 07 30 I Slayed a Callback Dragon Today
2019 06 05 Designing a Concatenative Language
2019 05 16 Write C to Test C
2019 04 13 What I learned from trying TCR
2018 12 20 Code Framing
2018 07 13 Clean Concurrency in Go
2018 06 10 The Case for a Cooperative Internet Service Provider

Connect

Email me at k@kdsch.org.

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© 2021 Karl Schultheisz — Lancaster, PA, USA