The Hénon strange attractor is a system of two simple equations that gives rise to chaotic behavior. This is an exploration of building visualizations for it in Julia.
A toy Python module written in Rust which parses ISO8601 datetimes.
In this delightful talk from !!Con 2020, Gargi explains why printing floating point numbers is interesting, mysterious, and more complicated than you might think!
A simple engine for manipulating symbolic
mathematics in Lisp-style S-expressions in OCaml.
A Game Boy Color emulator written in C++ and WASM.
An explanation of how packets travel across the internet, with a tiny implementation of the traceroute network tool!
A great blog post about dealing with the surprising trickiness of scaling 3D objects.
A program that detects when your webcam is being used by a specific process and turns on a light. Useful for letting whoever you share a space with know you're in a video call!
A Pomodoro timer bot for WhatsApp, text it to get a reminder of when to take a break!
A tiny Lisp designed for exploring the ideas behind Ken Thompson's Reflections on Trusting Trust: http://www3.cs.stonybrook.edu/~cse509/p761-thompson.pdf