About me


My name is Jean Niklas L'orange, and this is my website. On this website you'll usually find my musings about data structures – mostly immutable ones – and some other unusual experiments that are usually conducted in Clojure.

Outside of this website you can usually find me on GitHub under the username hyPiRion. There you will mostly see me responding to issues in the Leiningen issue tracker, but I can also be seen working on other kinds of projects too.

In my spare time I work for Rendra, where parts of what I do is maintaining a transpiler in Haskell, which implements a 270 page long ISO Standard from the mid 90s. I also work on a pipeline engine for large batch programs – you can think of it as a distributed Make implementation based on shasums.

If you want to contact me through my email, you can click this link: reveal