made by Where_is_X, submitted by porterjamesj
An interactive visualization of Ruby's "each" loops.

Where should we move?

made by michelle, submitted by porterjamesj
A tool for figuring out where you and your housemates, partner, etc. should live, based on optimizing the length of commutes to multiple locations.


made by hc, submitted by porterjamesj
A command-line audio synthesizer written in C.

Food language variety visualization

made by jbrew, nmicht, submitted by porterjamesj
An interactive map that uses data from Wikipedia to visualize the variation in what different foods are called around the world. You can see the code here: https://github.com/nmicht/food-language-variety

Building a Better Meatloaf

made by Joe_Winter, submitted by porterjamesj
A long-term project aimed at analyzing large numbers of online recipes for a given food (e.g. meatloaf) to answer questions like which ingredients are the most important, what interesting variations exist, and what's the "average" meatloaf recipe.


made by TomLisankie, submitted by porterjamesj
A Python program for determining how well two words rhyme. You can read about how it works here: https://tomlisankie.com/blog/2017/03/15/prhymer-how-it-works/

Recurse Center Logo PCB

made by strickinato, submitted by porterjamesj
Aaron designed a light-up printed circuit board of the RC logo!

Syscalls for Rustaceans

made by gargi, submitted by porterjamesj
Gargi's delightful RustConf talk explains syscalls and how to write a system call tracer (like strace) using Rust.

Computer Plinko

made by doron, alejvillanueva, submitted by porterjamesj
A browser-based implementation of the game Plinko. You can see the source code here: https://github.com/alejvillanueva/ComputerPlinko


made by wylie, submitted by porterjamesj
A tool for teaching web programming that interactively visualizes how the DOM and CSS selectors work. You can see the code here: https://github.com/wylieconlon/dom-simulator