My name is Eskil Dybvik, and I'm a communication technology and digital security student at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). I grew up in Flekkefjord, a small town at the south coast of Norway, but I currently live in Trondheim.

Apart from studying, I'm an active member of Hackerspace NTNU, a student-driven hackerspace (makerspace) located at NTNU, campus Gløshaugen.

Tech interests

Since middle school, I've been toying around with programming and hacking in different forms. I started out with a Raspberry Pi in 2013, and proceeded to try to learn some programming. I started out with C++, but didn't learn it too well, but it helped when I started using building small projects with Arduino in 2014. Since then, I've mostly used JavaScript, TypeScript, and, my personal favorite, Haxe. Additionally, I've been using Rust a bit lately.