I'm Marrub, also known as Graham`, or in Japanese as 「マブマブ」. I'm male, not enough years old and I'm not giving you such personal details thank you.
In general, I'm interested in programming, drawing, photography, music and language and have been self-taught in all of these fields due to issues dealing with school. Some more specific areas of interest of mine in programming include game engines, reverse engineering, and compilers.
I don't really have anything to do without a computer. I'd call myself a nerd, but rather I'm just pathetic.
I enjoy web development even though I hate actually working with such technologies and ecosystems. The Internet is one of the most vital parts of my life, so being able to simply create anything I want on it is wonderful.
What I enjoy more, though, is writing code for games, being able to craft an entire experience from the ground up is a task that is both difficult and fun to me. I don't really play videogames that often, but making them is something I try to do every day.
You can find my projects on the main page.
Is this page too hard to read?
I suck at art.
That's all there is to it.
I probably suck at photography, too, but I do really enjoy taking pictures of things. Especially nature, I want to share and have nice memories of our beautiful earth.
Trees are pretty.
I love listening to music. I'm almost always listening to something, normal or avant-garde, I have to have music playing to be productive at anything.
I also sometimes mess around with making music. Sometimes. I kinda suck though.
I actually lied, I can be productive if I'm listening to things other than music. :^)
Learning and understanding language, foreign and native, and the history of language is something I do consciously and unconsciously. I didn't learn much history in school, but the history of language can teach you a lot about the history of the world without trying.
I've studied Old Irish, Russian, Greek, and Japanese. Of those, I know how to write Ogham, read Russian cyrillic, read and write the Greek alphabet, and I can to some extent read, write and speak Japanese.
Of course, my native language is English. Apparently I learned some backwards southern dialect which I've been trying to get out of me for years now. :P
If I misspell something, I swear, it was the dialect!
I feel like there's supposed to be something more here.
I never impress anyone.