Nathan describes his experience expanding a few hundred line single-file rust script into a modularized command-line application.
Nathan explains dynamic programming clearly thorough simple examples in this blog post.
Dash lets you display the contents of a web page on your Mac desktop. Whenever you update the HTML file, Dash redraws itself. It's a great tool for scripting.
A Chrome extension providing real-time data about the satellites in a radius directly overhead. The Eyes Above app also includes an experimental audio sonification of this data using FM (frequency modulation) synthesis and LFOs (low frequency oscillators) as an acoustic corollary to the data in real time.
Not only is it a super accessible explanation of Tail Call Optimization, it's ✨a musical✨! With delightfully witty lyrics and some badass vocals. WELL DONE!
My first Recurse Center project for Summer 1 2019 was a keyboard map that changes every time you press a letter, to move the most likely next letters to the home row.
A tool for anonymizing web server logs.
A Clojure library for generating puzzles as SVGs.
An overview of Representational State Transfer (REST) and what it is.