LVCA is a tool for building programming languages with a small core. You create a language by specifying (1) its syntax, (2) its statics (i.e., typechecking rules), (3) its dynamics (i.e.m, how it evaluates), and (4) its concrete syntax.
A command-line audio synthesizer written in C.
An elegant visualization of how Bezier curves work.
An interactive map that uses data from Wikipedia to visualize the variation in what different foods are called around the world. You can see the code here: https://github.com/nmicht/food-language-variety
An exploration of using GitHub Actions to automate the process of updating my resume.
Imp is an emacs-like live programming environment with a versioned database, a pure language built around relations, and an extensible GUI.
This is a development log for the project, along with a working playground.
Kofi animated the bathroom guy to move to the rhythm in his heart
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