Hisbaan Noorani

Programming. Open-Source. Linux. Computer Science.


These are some of my projects. I've only included some highlights here but if you'd like to see more, take a look at my github.

book didyoumean

A CLI spelling corrector written in Rust using Damerau-Levenshtein distance. It is also packaged for the AUR, crates.io, Homebrew, and Nixpkgs.

book binocularss

An Android RSS reader application built in Kotlin and Jetpack Compose.

book dotfiles

There's no place like ~/*. My custom linux configuration.

book latex-copy

Some cool scripts to make using LaTeX in non-supported apps less painful.

book uoft-notes

All the notes I digitized while at the University of Toronto.

book sticky

An Android app for scanning and organizing sticky notes.

book wikigraph

A python library for processing and extrapolating data from Wikipedia data-dumps, written primarily by myself and Eamon Ma.

book hydra

As a Software Engineer Intern at Interactive Health Solutions I worked on and documented Hydra, a mass screening program.

book hisbaan.com

This website! Written by me in html, css, and some js. It also has Jekyll integration for articles!

book HASS

Hisbaan's Arch Setup Script. This is a script written to deploy my programs and dotfiles onto any Arch based Linux distro.


These are some of the skills I have acquired through formal learning, and necessity for side projects. I tend to pick up new languages and frameworks very quickly when I use them in the real world for projects. Click each skill for more information.


I am a student at the University of Toronto and I have completed my second year in the Computer Science Specialist program. I'm passionate about Linux, open source development, mathematics, and other related fields. This website is a collection of all my projects and skills, as well as some opinion pieces and tutorials.