About Me

I'm Sohal, an undergrad Computer Science student and technology enthusiast who's passionate about open source software, Unix-like operating systems, technology's role in education, technology repair and sustainability, and odd hardware from the early 2010s.

I grew up in the hotbed of innovation that is Northern Virginia, and currently am a student at the University of Florida. Academically, I have yet to narrow down what I want to do, but I'm interested in the intersection of technology and education, cybersecurity (particularly blue team), and desktop application development.

I'm an innately curious person, and often find myself doing deep delves into the oddest of topics, from high-end mechanical pencils to pubnixes. While I may not become an enthusiast in any of these interests, they leave a small mark on my life and give me a greater appreciation for the world around me.

If you want to read more about the devices, software, and other things I use on a daily basis, be sure to read the Uses page.

I hope you have fun reading my ramblings, and maybe even come away with some useful information or inspiration to do something new!

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