A Formal Theory of Spaghetti Code

made by nickdrozd, submitted by Mai
This blog post attempts to define spaghetti-ness in order to formally test the hypothesis that spaghetti code is the way to maximize runtime in Busy Beaver programs.


made by amedee, submitted by porterjamesj
A Rust library implementing a "GADDAG", a data structure designed specifically for Scrabble AIs. It enables you to find all words that contain a substring, (for example, "PLAIN" -> "EXPLAINING")


made by miccah, submitted by porterjamesj
An interpreter for easily defining and sending HTTP requests in multiple environments, written in Rust.

ok - JavaScript implementation of K programming language

made by John Earnest, submitted by porterjamesj
An interpreter for the K array programming language written in JavaScript, with an in-browser REPL.


made by clarete, submitted by porterjamesj
A Jinja-inspired template language for Emacs

Virtual Keyboard

made by joshuamguillen, submitted by porterjamesj
An in-browser keyboard, inspired by the Yamaha Pianica.


made by Sol Sarratea, submitted by porterjamesj
A character-based environment for livecoding cellular automata.


made by geoffreylitt, submitted by porterjamesj
A simple recommendation engine for Ruby on Rails. Read this blog post for more on the inspiration behind the project: https://www.geoffreylitt.com/2017/03/19/building-a-rails-recommendation-engine.html

num2math: a mathematical expression generator

made by enjeck, submitted by Mai
Do you want to say '1' as inscrutably as possible? This web app will generate a complicated mathematical expression for the integer of your choice. Check out the code here: https://github.com/enjeck/num2math.

In-browser tongue interaction

made by woodbury, submitted by Mai
Using client-side JavaScript and a user’s webcam, this game is a proof-of-concept of a hardware-independent approach to tongue-computer interaction. Read more about it here: https://woodburyshortridge.github.io/tongue-comp-interface.