“People said I should accept the world. Bullshit! I don’t accept the world.”
As you may already know, my name is Avi! Here I am:
Here’s some tid-bits about me:
- As of 2023, I am 23 years old. Calculating my age is quite easy!
- I graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in December 2020 (Bachelor of Science, Computer Science), 2.33 years after graduating from high school.
- I speak English and Russian fluently, and have varying mastery of other languages (Hebrew, Spanish, etc).
- I enjoy writing, and regularly write poetry or short stories (typically unshared, though there are some here).
- I’m passionate about learning, and spend a couple hours per day either reading/contributing to Wikipedia, consuming other well-sourced informational work on various subjects, or engaging in experimentation/tinkering.
Currently, I’m working as a Backend Engineer for a company called Mercury.
I’m also hoping to become a published (self-published or otherwise) writer by the end of 2024. I am slowly building a collection of poetry to this end.
Over the course of my teenage years and, later, my career, I’ve published numerous projects including browser extensions, tools for crypto mining, Minecraft server plugins, utilities, and more.
In 2022, I released an NPM package called ahura, for managing package imports in Node.js.
Most of my meaningful work is stored publically on my GitHub. Browse to your heart’s content! Of course, I have private repositories, too! ;)
Here’s my email address: avi [/\t] avigloz [d0t] net
Do: reach out for anything personal or
don’t: try to sell me anything (at all - I’ll mark you as spam).
If you reach via any other email address that you think might be mine, I won’t see it.
If you’re interesting in tutoring services, look here.
As I may reply to emails from my phone, I cannot
reliably/consistently encrypt communication via email.
For sensitive matters, please use the phone number on my résumé and contact me via Signal.
My PGP fingerprint is provided on the home page of this site (on the
Please use that for verifying authenticity if you feel that something may be amiss.