Who are you?
I’m Caleb Evans, a college student with many passions: coding for Christ, spending time with family and friends, watching movies, and eating impressively large quantities of pizza. I currently reside in Carlsbad, California, attending college with a goal of earning a degree in computer science.
What do you do?
Since 2010, I’ve been programming for school and for fun. My most prominent work includes a plethora of web apps and useful tools, many of which were created to automate what I grew tired of doing manually. Others I created simply for fun.
Why do you code?
Besides the fact that I greatly enjoy coding, I ultimately code for Christ, who has been and always shall be my Lord, my Friend, and my Savior. I code because I believe the work of my hands glorifies God through the creativity I express, and ultimately, through the lives enriched by my projects.
How many languages do you speak?
What is your favorite language?
What is your code editor of choice?
I use Atom, an open-source editor developed by GitHub. The editor itself is built with the latest web technologies (HTML5/CSS/JS), which makes it impressively customizable yet incredibly easy to use. For those interested in giving it a try, you can view my complete Atom configuration (including the packages I use) on my dotfiles repository.
Tabs or spaces?
That depends. In Atom, spaces behave the same as tabs when used as indentation, so I generally conform to the convention of whatever language I’m writing in.
What’s the story behind your project icons?
I actually made them myself; each icon is written in pure SVG markup.