The speed of BGP network propagation

made by Benjojo, submitted by nicholasbs
An analysis of Border Gateway Protocol propagation and drift.

How a File Format Led to a Crossword Scandal

made by Saul, anjakefala, submitted by nicholasbs
Saul designed a plaintext file format for crossword puzzles and a data pipeline to compile a dataset of over 70,000 puzzles. This talk is an overview of how they did this and discovered a large-scale plagiarism scandal.

Multi-language crackle pop

made and submitted by xuuso
The popular crackle pop program implemented in two languages but one single file. Useless & funny!

Draw the Docs

made and submitted by mamrotynka
A talk about the joy of drawing, diagramming, and documentation workflows

How to run Elm on FreeBSD

made by dbalan, submitted by alicia
Dhananjay wrote up some clear, helpful instructions on how to run Elm on FreeBSD.


made by blinry, submitted by vaibhavsagar
A tool that visualizes the internal structure of a Git repository in real-time. With snakes!

Dal Segno: A programming language and environment with live updates

made by ballingt, submitted by nicholasbs
A game development environment with a Scheme-like language. Every time you change your code, Dal Segno rewinds your game back to the last time that piece of code was run.

Blinking a Light on Raspberry Pi 3 in Pure Assembly

made and submitted by gosullivan
A small program that blinks a light on a Raspberry Pi, written in pure AArch64 assembly.

Lit: a little preprocessor for literate programming

made by Vijith Assar, submitted by nicholasbs
The project is part of a larger ecosystem of tools to support literate programming, including lit-web, which lets web browsers extract and run JavaScript code from blocks embedded in Markdown files.

zit - the imitation stupid content tracker

made and submitted by jmou
"Git is a weekend hack which looks like a weekend hack." --Bram Cohen Zero git, a minimal implementation of git written in a few hundred lines of code. Take a looksie how little a weekend hack git actually does. Or dive in and try implementing some of the subcommands yourself!