A fascinating analysis of whether or not diffs in a large repository are serially correlated across months and quarters.
opinionated and generated chord progressions! (chrome / firefox only, not mobile friendly)
A German lexicon with words associated with love, fear, joy, disgust, surprise, contempt and anger.
A two-part video series on building a lens library and extending it to support prisms in the Carp programming language!
(This is the second post in the series, and links back to the first.)
A step-by-step guide for programmatically creating and retrieving secrets using the GitHub Actions API.
Colorful and interactive directory/command history for zsh.
Roland scraped repositories on GitHub for references to "localhost:n", and then made an interactive visualization to show which port numbers are most popular!
Ugh, gender! But you can't learn Spanish or German or Hebrew or any number of other languages without it. Genderizer highlights grammatically gendered nouns in different colors to help you out.
Fabian explores -- in great detail -- an interesting rabbit hole he found while learning about digital photography: how the compression algorithm Fuji uses for its RAW files works.
You know style when you see it, but can a computer? This project explores the use of convolutional neural nets for image classification of 10 different types of clothing and accessories.