Who Moved My Cheese: Laziness in Clojure

made by Otee, submitted by Mai
This blog post walks through what lazy sequences are and how to implement them from scratch in Clojure.

Whistle switch

made by colbyr, submitted by Mai
Turn your lights on and off by whistling! Click through to watch a demo video and check out the code.

Ghost in the ethernet optic

made by Benjojo, submitted by Mai
In this blog post, Ben details his explorations of a smart SFP optical transceiver.

Rewriting my toy blockchain in Rust

made by savarin, submitted by nicholasbs
Ezzeri shares a clear overview of what a blockchain is, and how he ported his toy implementation from Python to Rust.

Mess with DNS

made by bork, submitted by nicholasbs
An interactive tool that invites you to play and experiment with DNS to understand how it works!


made by charstiles, submitted by Mai
A real-time collaborative GLSL live code editor. Check out the code here: https://github.com/CharStiles/shaderplace.

YakShaver app using HTML canvas

made and submitted by debamitro
Do some real yak shaving in your browser. Built in a day with vanilla js and the canvas API. The source code is at https://github.com/debamitro/canvas-yakshaver .


made and submitted by wesleyac
deeplinks.js allows people to easily link directly to any text selection on your website! It's designed to be easy-to-use, robust, and unintrusive.

Quilt, a maximalist programming language

made by jeff, jake, miccah, jreyes33, submitted by rachel
Quilt is a programming language in which programs are constructed using pixel images. For example, 'Hello World!' is a square spiral!


made and submitted by Glen
An open-source library and app I made to help browser extension developers take payments in their extensions. It's helped developers make over $15,000 so far!