about

  • NASA Kennedy Space Center
  • Jai Compiler Team
  • Independent

At Kennedy Space Center, Abner helped upgrade the launch control system from the Space Shuttle days to a setup for modern rockets. He became Intern of the Year in 2015 and named to Kennedy’s 2016 Top 10 Innovators through Kickstart People’s Choice. Reflecting on the experience, he penned an essay published by the press.

During his time with Jonathan Blow, Abner pioneered the infrastructure that helped mature the Jai compiler: testing framework, build server, bug cataloguing system, fuzzing system, and so on. Several live streams were unofficially archived.

Abner has organized well-received initiatives to promote low-level programming. He is currently on sabbatical, working privately.


Abner Coimbre

Design adapted from the work of Davide Asnaghi. Modified to implement timelines; footer popups, and external tabs to open from page clicks. I expanded the FA icon set and added my own backgrounds.

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