clocviz is an extension of cloc that lets you "analyze a target codebase and render interactive visualizations: users can traverse the file tree with a simple mouse click and see statistics including lines by file, lines by language, percentage composition per language, etc."
A fun learning experience with a whole lot of pieces, and a nice souvenir from my RC batch to boot!
This game about a polar bear is fun. Also, the code is hard to understand, but in a good way.
A tool for exposing all your browser tabs as folders and files, enabling you to program your browser with command line tools.
Ever wonder how a WAV file is stored? This post explains how WAV files are formatted, along with example C code for reading them.
A tool for visualizing and stepping through the execution of a parser. Read the post and try it out yourself: https://ohmlang.github.io/editor/
Veit explains what quasiquoting is, why it's useful, and how he added a quasiquoter to Carp, a statically typed Lisp designed for real-time applications.
Julia figures out what a bridge is, how it works, and how to connect a VM to the internet using a bridge.
A self-guided syllabus about computing history based on the show "Halt and Catch Fire," with a pitch-perfect retro design.
(Site code here: https://github.com/ablwr/halt-and-catch-fire-syllabus)
An interactive art piece that changes depending how you look at it. See the code here: https://github.com/lizzthabet/mirror-mirror