I'm Luis Borjas Reyes. I'm a software developer; I've written some non-code words too, for fun.
Some useful links
Don't have that many, most of my 12 years in software have been spent working on proprietary code to pay my bills or move out of my hometown.
I love learning though, check out that Github.
Open Source Libraries
- Swiss Ephemeris: Haskell bindings to the C
Swiss Ephemeris library, exposes functions and types
useful for Horoscopy (I use it for freenatalchart.xyz to obtain planetary
positions and calculate house cusps.)
- Almanac: a Haskell library to work on pre-calculated ephemeris (as produced by my `SwissEphemeris` library)
to examine intervals of time and find events of interest (zodiac sign ingresses, changes of direction for planets, transits between planets or to natal points,
moon phases, and eclipses.)
- Timezone Detect: Half Haskell bindings to the
Zone Detect library, half functions built on top of
Time NG packages to
provide the ability to detect a Timezone based on coordinates, and convert local time in a
Unix timezone to UTC. (I also use this
in freenatalchart.xyz , to not depend on third-party services for