Code ALL the things!

"Most good programmers do programming not because they expect to get paid or get adulation by the public, but because it is fun to program."

- Linus Torvalds


Vincent Deloso

Software Engineer

I'm just a computer programmer that loves to experiment with new stuff. I have a large focus on user interfaces and experiences. When I'm not working, my free time is usually spent hanging out with friends, playing video games, or maybe working on a side project.

What I would love to do is get into the video game industry and help create immersive worlds with exciting game play.


    Java 50%

  • Maven 35%

  • Databases (SQL, MongoDB) 20%

  • Ruby on Rails 10%

  • Python 5%

  • Go, Gradle, HTML, JS 1%


    Video Games 40%

  • Music 25%

  • Gadgets and Hardware 15%

  • Movies and TV shows 10%

  • Learning new programming techniques 10%

Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.

— Leonardo da Vinci




Python script that parsed JSON to download Bukkit pluign JARs and upload them to a Maven repository.

Software Engineer at Northrop Grumman

B.S. in Computer Science, Christopher Newport University

Karmic Jail

Bukkit plugin for player administration. Player information and history stored in MySQL. (source)

Project 2.5D

3D Java-based networked physics game as a Senior Capstone project. Utlizied LWJGL for rendering, JBullet for physics, Maven for project management and Git for version control. (source)

Karmic Share

Bukkit plugin that allows players to access multiple inventories. Item data is stored using MySQL. (source)

Student Software Developer, Jefferson Labs


Interlibrary Loan Student Assistant, CNU Trible Library

If everyone is thinking alike, then no one is thinking.

- Benjamin Franklin


Tools to get the job done

- Picture not of actual server... but close enough, right?

The server hosts various services, mostly for programming purposes.

Sonatype Nexus Public Maven repository for other developers to access.
OwnCloud Open source web-interface for cloud-based file management.
Imagination is more important than knowledge.

- Albert Einstein



General questions about me.

What does "Dakani" mean?

Nothing really, its just the name that I used for my first Linux server... and it has sort of stuck ever since then for any server that I use.

Is all your code public?

Any of my personal projects are open source (but may be missing explicit licenses D:) and hosted on GitHub. I'm a believer in transparency in my work and the fact that we live in public anyways. Plus, it makes it easier to collaborate with others.

I have a Bukkit plugin idea. Can you make it?

I probably could code it... however my job already keeps me busy enough. So, you're better off finding another developer that actually has time to commit to your project.

Creativity is intelligence having fun.

― Albert Einstein