In this post, Pepjin demonstrates synthesizing a CPU using a hardware description language and verifying its correctness using entirely open source tools!
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!
A personal snippet manager written in Go.
A python program for generating images with text that can only be read when you hold them nearly edge on to your eye—like from cereal boxes!
Experience using the internet at common speeds in various countries.
A raytracer in TypeScript, you can play with it online here: http://aurorayes.com/raytracer/
Play music with your face! You can see the source code here: https://glitch.com/edit/#!/face-the-music