National Geographic photo of the day chrome extension

made by jemmaissroff, submitted by porterjamesj
A chrome extension to display the National Geographic photo of the day in new tabs.

A Concurrent Sudoku Solver with Channels

made by danmccandless, submitted by nicholasbs
An overview of modeling the solution to a Sudoku puzzle as a number of independent deductive steps and building a concurrent solver.

Brutal CSS

made by marenbeam, submitted by davidbalbert
A joke CSS framework. I lol'd.

fleuve: an esolang inspired by Italo Calvino

made by zed, submitted by Mai
The rules are made along the way! A small esoteric programming language written in Python.

Ruby Code Coverage: Lines and Branches

made by jemmaissroff, submitted by rachel
Jemma writes about why you need to measure both branch coverage and line coverage to get a full picture of whether every line of code and possible case is executed in Ruby, to make your tests better!

Creative Coding: DIY Webcam Filters

made by ojack, submitted by davidbalbert
Olivia made a set of video tutorials to teach you how to write video filters using the Hydra video synthesizer, a programming environment she created.

Ringing Room

made by lelandpaul, submitted by rachel
Change ringing is the collaborative art of ringing bells (usually the large ones found in church bell towers, as pictured below) in mathematical permutations. Leland and their collaborators are building a tool to do change ringing in a virtual, socially distanced way!

DevDash: a configurable terminal dashboard

made by Matthieu, submitted by Mai
Pull data from your own computer or from the cloud and display it however it's most useful to you. Read more about Matthieu's process building it here: https://thevaluable.dev/programming-side-project-example-devdash/.

ssh-chat

made by shazow, submitted by nicholasbs
A custom SSH server, which gives you a chat room instead of a shell prompt when you connect!

Talky Blocky

made by georgemandis, Dreeko, submitted by porterjamesj
A JavaScript game that responds to your voice. See the code here: https://github.com/georgemandis/talkyblocky