Hi, I'm Matthew Miller (me4502)

I'm a Software Engineer/Computer Scientist from Queensland, Australia.

I work at Clipchamp, and am the project lead of 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 work in 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!

Recent Posts

How to ask for support from an Open Source Project

Posted on January 15, 2021 in programming• Tagged with

If you need help with open-source projects, there are a few things you can keep in mind so you can find a solution sooner, and help out the developers at the same time.

The Performance Overhead of JavaScript Promises and Async Await

Posted on December 28, 2020 in programming• Tagged with

JavaScript as a language is heavily asynchronous, with promises being deeply integrated. While this is sometimes the best solution, can the overhead of promises pose a problem for hot code?

Should you use MySQL with a Minecraft plugin?

Posted on December 23, 2020 in minecraft• Tagged with

The Minecraft server community has many misconceptions floating around about using MySQL or other databases with plugins, some of which cause servers to perform significantly worse.

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