Regent, a task-based programming language for high-performance distributed computing.
Task Bench, a tool for comprehensively evaluating the performance of distributed and parallel programming systems.
BookMD, a tool for writing books inspired by Jekyll, which I have used to publish several books on behalf of a variety of authors:
The Exander Project, an epic science fiction series set in a distant future universe.
Random Name Generator based on natural language processing techniques to construct realistic sounding names from U.S. census data.
AWS infrastructure for a parallel programming course taught at Stanford University.
Some work on a precise garbage collector for Rust, now mostly defunct.
A 3D game engine written in Common Lisp, along with a zero-G game tech demo.