My name is Ilya Bizyaev, I am a Computer Science and Applied Mathematics student at ITMO University in St. Petersburg, Russia. I’m keen on designing, programming and deploying various (mostly open-source) software in my spare time. Some of my skills and projects are listed below.
Feel free to contact me using any means mentioned here.
If you like what I do and want to support my work, you can become a patron at Patreon.com.
In the KDE Community
Kaidan is a user-friendly cross-platform XMPP-based chat built on top of KDE’s Kirigami UI framework.
GCompris is a collection of educational games for children. I am proud of redesigning some of the activity icons in this project.
A simple application, designed to help users protect their private data in a few clicks.
- Two modes: GUI and console
Chaos Constructions 2018
I gave a talk about GNU/Linux architecture on mobile devices at Chaos Constructions 2018.
Google Code-in 2016
I am a grand prize winner of the Google Code-in 2016 contest. Together with other fellow open source
Participated as part of Team Userspace. Details are coming soon.
C++ Russia 2018
NEERC 2017, 2018
ICPC (The International Collegiate Programming Contest) is an algorithmic programming contest for college students.
NEERC (Northern Eurasia Programming Contest) is now the ICPC finals for Northern Eurasia. It is held annually at ITMO University, the lovely place where I study.
This year I participate in NEERC for the second time as a Technical Committee Assistant.