Austin Adams

georgia tech alum, programmerdude

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Hi, I’m Austin Adams, a recent graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology with a Bachelors in Computer Science. Previously, I attended Kennesaw State University for two years, one of which was full time in my senior year of high school through the Dual Enrollment Honors Program.

The highlight of my college career was working as the head teaching assistant for CS 2110, the intro to computer architecture course at Georgia Tech. When I wasn’t managing the team of undergraduate TAs or answering emails, I spent a bunch of time writing autograders for digital logic circuits, assembly code, malloc() implementations, and even Gameboy Advance DMA. Here’s some praise from student evaluations.

Professionally, I’ve worked on both GNU/Linux and Windows applications, from shell scripts to ASP.NET MVC, but in my free time, I write tools for GNU/Linux, mainly command-line utilities and webapps. See my projects page for details.