This site is my blog, mostly about code, and the place where I collect code I've written.
My name is Pete Elmore. I'm a coder living in Southern California. I'm a language wonk, and am very interested in Forth- and Lisp-like languages, as well as some more esoteric languages. I've written two languages, Cha and Pez. (Eventually, I'll get around to finishing and releasing Cha; don't hold your breath, though.)
I've also been doing Ruby for a long time. It's a fun language, and I've released a few gems, which I've kept small. They're on GitHub and Rubygems.org. More recently, I've been doing a lot of Limbo and Go, which are both very well-designed and productive languages.
I'm also a pretty big fan of C, Unix, Inferno and Plan 9. I typically run CRUX on most of my machines, and do most of my actual computing in Inferno, which is great for cross-platform distributed computing, and is a very nice development environment besides. When I get the chance, I also play with Haiku (a BeOS clone).