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About Me

Hi! (。^ ᴗ^)ノ I'm Johnathan, a passionate problem-solver, software engineer, infosec enthusiast, and amateur music composer. I enjoy teaching others and thrive on learning new things. When not immersed in programming, I can be found taking walks, reflecting on life, and occasionally indulging in CTF challenges.

Lately, I've been diving deeper into penetration testing and working on a variations on a theme.

When it comes to personal preferences, I have an affinity for the sleek allure of dark mode. And yes, I must confess, I'm a fan of the controversial delightful combination of pineapple on pizza.

Music for the Front Page


The people walking in darkness
have seen a great light;
on those living in the land of deep darkness
a light has dawned.

– Isaiah 9:2

What is a relay? A race—passing a baton from one to the next. The passing of packets by a router or a gateway server. Or used plainly as a verb without technicalities, a relay may simply mean to receive and pass on information.

It's worth taking a moment to reflect: what are we relaying? As time passes, more responsibility falls...

The Breath of Life

Slow. Growing. Contemplating. Lush. Carefree. Hopeful. Yearning. This piece seeks to paint a diverse set of feelings. Listen for the string ensemble easing in and out of the void, the solemn moments of silence, the lightheartedness of the syncopated pizzicato, the relentless cycle of tension and relief.

In some sections, I aimed for a more contemplative and reflective atmosphere. One key inspirations was Steve Reich's Music for 18 Musicians (an hour-long piece!) where Reich demonstrates the idea of "pulsing", where...