Open Source Projects
I am committed to making my code usable by the public. The following are some open source projects I maintain.
An implementation of a log-structured merge (LSM) tree in pure rust. It can leverage on
tokio-uring to provide efficient disk I/O.
This is an asynchronous runtime that runs a discrete event simulation under the hoood. The main goal of this project is to make simulation code look very similar to that of a real-world system.
A modern replacement for BibTeX. This project was originally started by my PhD adviser.
I also like to contribute to exiting projects.
An open source serverless platform.
A new async runtime for Rust that leverages
A UI framework for Rust.