A long-term project aimed at analyzing large numbers of online recipes for a given food (e.g. meatloaf) to answer questions like which ingredients are the most important, what interesting variations exist, and what's the "average" meatloaf recipe.
An almost-proper-quine -- a program that prints its own source code -- in Rust, printed on one page by RC's HP7440A plotter.
Check out the code here: https://github.com/lord/plotter-quine
The Manhattan street grid, extended to all points in the world.
A Python program for determining how well two words rhyme. You can read about how it works here: https://tomlisankie.com/blog/2017/03/15/prhymer-how-it-works/
It turns out that reading and writing to files is complicated.
Aaron designed a light-up printed circuit board of the RC logo!
Gargi's delightful RustConf talk explains syscalls and how to write a system call tracer (like strace) using Rust.
A Racket to x86 compiler written in Racket.
A browser-based implementation of the game Plinko. You can see the source code here: https://github.com/alejvillanueva/ComputerPlinko
A tool for teaching web programming that interactively visualizes how the DOM and CSS selectors work. You can see the code here: https://github.com/wylieconlon/dom-simulator