Zack Scholl


I write software, design websites, make art, and develop norns. These open-source MIT-licensed projects in my portfolio were developed for my own purposes but over time they positively impacted many other people and are all currently widely used by thousands of people and many companies.

Open-source software

My open-source software has been used by millions of people. Software I released on Github has received in total over 40,000 stars, with many projects getting downloaded over 50,000 times per month and up to a million total Docker pulls. Examples of my work:

Web Apps

I've developed dozens of web applications. My websites continually generate 100,000 unique views per month, each with a specific tailored solution to a specific problem. Often I will find a unique dataset and then develop machine-learning approaches to generate useful information from that dataset.


Development in the open-source music device "norns" has created many useful novel music applications currently used by hundreds of musicians.