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I literally used this duck image for debugging

I am Huy1, a Vietnamese software developer specialized in web development. I have a bachelor degree in ICT.

  • pronoun: he2
  • languages: Vietnamese, English, French, German, with proficiency and fluency decrementally sorted
  • Contacts: See footer
  • etiquette:


I write free software, but unfortunately not as a professional job.

If you’re an employer, you can find my CV in PDF format.

I receive donation on liberapay and patreon. Or, you can pay me directly on PayPal.

This blog

I write about:

  • Programming
  • Learning languages
  • Conlanging
  • Digital freedom
  • Books or fiction in general

But it’s primarily about technology in general.

Correct mistakes

Any correction is appreciated, whether I state a wrong fact or make a grammar mistake.


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This means you are free to share the posts and modify them, provided that you attribute properly, link to the original content, and state your changes. Additionally, you have to share those changes under the same license.


The source code for generating this website can be found on sourcehut.

  1. Yes call me Huy. Don’t call me by family name, even in formal context. ↩︎

  2. I don’t know why people just saying he/him. Kinda useless if it weren’t a standard, and if you assume people know other option just mention one form then. ↩︎


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A Hare code generator for finding ioctl numbers

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via Drew DeVault's blog May 14, 2022

Phone-tracking companies tracking military and intelligence personnel

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via Richard Stallman's Political Notes May 13, 2022

GCC 12 Becoming Default Compiler in Tumbleweed

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via openSUSE News May 13, 2022
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