An implementation of miniKanren in a Swift playground.
A library for dynamically "monkeypatching" built-in Python objects!
A collection of digital circuits written in SystemVerilog that can be flashed to an FPGA (including the circuit for the taillight control system of a 1960s Ford Thunderbird!)
A Jupyter notebook demoing how to create a neural network from scratch in a few hundred lines of code.
A tool for generating web pages from books you've read on Goodreads.
A solver for the card game "Modern Art: Masters Gallery" using the MiniZinc constraint programming language.
An interactive visualization of 311 calls in New York, made using Bokeh.
A color perception game: choose the square that's a different color than the others. The more rounds you get correct, the more subtle the difference becomes. You can see the code here: https://github.com/sereprz/tricky-colors
Play the classic card game Set online! You can see the code here: https://jana-z.github.io/threeOfAKind/
Code for a theremin-like musical instrument made with Rust and Arduino.