Christopher Antila
music humanities web

Combining experience as a musician, humanities scholar, and web application developer, Christopher brings a uniquely human-centric perspective to every project. Currently working at Evenset in Toronto, Canada.

I'm also the:

  • co-founder of nCoda, an open, collaborative, and scriptable music notation application.
  • developer of the Cantus Web App, a Progressive Web App and server for the Cantus Database of Mediaeval church music.
  • developer of Zhen, a Chinese-English translating dictionary that's still a work-in-progress.

Want to learn more? Visit About Me and Projects!

Recent Articles

Adventures on the Internet 3

Sometimes I leave treasures for myself on OKC…

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Testing JavaScript Promises

One effectice strategy for testing ES2015 Promises with Jest.

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It’s the End of 2016

I didn’t have enough tuna melts.

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Adventures on the Internet 2

Amusing photo of an incompetent pilot.

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A Positive Experience on the GO Bus

Story about a GO bus driver going the extra mile.

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Part of My Identity

I talk about some of the reasons I decided to learn a Chinese language.

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nCoda at Music Encoding 2016

Brief discussion of my time at the Music Encoding Conference 2016.

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Adventures on the Internet 1

What happened when I searched “base64 images in version control.”

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My Whiteness Is a Lie

I talk about some of the reasons I decided to learn a Chinese language.

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The Turning Point

I discuss the immediate reasons that provoked me to learn Mandarin.

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