In this post, Pepjin demonstrates synthesizing a CPU using a hardware description language and verifying its correctness using entirely open source tools!
Listen to the Mandelbrot set! We remotely paired (New York / Germany) and found Glitch as a great platform to do so!
A small library for easily creating data visualizations intended for printing on paper.
A twitter bot that tracks when the New York Times publishes a word for the first time in its history!
An improved algorithm for assembling genomes from high-throughput sequencing data that combines some of the best features of previous approaches.
Zulip is powerful open-source chat software with a unique nested threading model that makes it really easy to catch up on conversations. We use it every day at RC!
An open-source 100-player Flappy Bird battle royale, written in TypeScript!
A clock that is never right, and unpredictable, but always looks plausibly correct.
A personal snippet manager written in Go.