Hi, I'm Maddy (me4502)
I'm a Software Engineer/Computer Scientist from Queensland, Australia.
I work at Clipchamp at Microsoft, and also develop WorldEdit, WorldGuard, and CraftBook. I also enjoy contributing to numerous Open Source Software projects, such as GatsbyJS which powers this website. For a full list of my contributions to the Minecraft community, click here!
This website is home to a portfolio of things I have done, as well as a showcase of a few experiments I've done over the years. I also enjoy technical writing, and quite frequently publish blog posts. Check a few out here!
Posted on November 25, 2021
Offline Mode is a feature of Minecraft servers that allows disabling user authentication. It does, however, come with security risks and less software support.
Posted on September 15, 2021
When running a public Minecraft server, it's vital to understand the main security risks. Giving a server too much access to your machine can allow hackers or other malicious actors to do substantially more damage.
Posted on August 27, 2021
In category programming
Accelerated Mobile Pages, or AMP, is a web technology championed by Google to improve the browsing experience on mobile devices. Throughout this article, I'll outline a few of the issues that led me to ditch AMP.