I'm Jaken Herman.

I am a software engineering student at Sam Houston State University. I work for the web-development department at the university as well. I have experience writing Java, JavaScript/jQuery, C/C++, Ada, x86 Assembly, VBA, and Python code. I have experience with virtualization technology like VMWare and Virtual Box extensively. At my current job I have used jQuery for form validation as well as various API calls to manipulat JSON data. Other technology/skills I have used (and/or am familiar with): Process Flow Documentation, Amazon Web Services, Technical Writing, Emacs/Vim/Vi, Malware Development, Node Package Manager, Git, Sass, Linux, Bash, MiTM Attacks, CartoDB. There are likely more that I have simply forgotten about. Enjoy an assembly code snippet below, and read some of my blog posts!

mov edx, l
mov ecx, m
mov ebx, 1
mov eax, 4
int 0x80
mov eax, 1
int 0x80
m db 'Hello, world!',0xa
l equ $ - m

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