Hi! I’m Jackson Lewis! I write, draw, compose, and code. You can see some of my work here.
You can find a link to that on the top of the site, or you can click here.
I’ve been programming since the age of 9, when I learned how to calculate the Fibonacci sequence in Python. Over the years, I’ve contributed to a wide variety of codebases.
Cascade, my most popular project to date, is a simple macro for Rust, designed to replicate the cascade syntax found in Dart.
(Currently a private project, will be released soon-ish)
A functional, high(er) level programming language for quantum computers that compiles into OpenQASM.
Projects I’ve made major contributions to
Rust ABCI is a framework for building applications that use the Tendermint ABCI protocol for decentralized blockchain networks. I overhauled the framework to work with the latest version of Tendermint, and am still a semi-active contributor to the project.
I am fairly new to drawing, but I’m trying to get better. Here are some of my projects.
I’ve played the piano for 11 years, but only recently did I decide to get into music composition. Here is my music, licensed under the Creative Commons license.