Hello, and welcome to my page!
My name is Michael Alexsander, a Brazilian guy better known as Yeldham. I'm a free/libre software advocate and game developer, primarily using tools such as the Godot Engine, which I'm also a long time active contributor of since years.
I work as a freelancer programmer, with great knowledge on using Godot's tools (GDScript, GDNative, and its 2D and UI components), as well as its source code. If you want me to work for you, you can directly reach me with an e-mail in order to negotiate.
This page aims to be a brief and direct aggregation of any other thing of importance I also have (personal projects, profiles, ect). So without further ado, let's get started.
Librerama is an arcade compilation of very small, fast-paced mini-games (nicknamed "nanogames"), with the main objective being to rack up the highest score possible by winning the most nanogames you can before getting a game over, while they progressively increase in both speed and difficulty.
Basically where all my Git repositories are hosted (including this very website). All my software-related projects are there, and it's a great place to host your libre code.
My main social media. Expect mostly toots about the state of my projects, but I do talk about other things from time to time.
One of the places where playable binaries of my games can be found, together with other libre games that I have supported on the platform.
I only use GitHub to interact with projects that are hosted there. Generally related to work.
The same as above.
You can find me there going by the username Yeldham.
If you think what I do is worthy enough of a few bucks (thank you very much!), here's the place to do so.