Bio: By day I work at RC, by night I mind my quartet of cats.

Datalog Typechecker

made by vilterp, submitted by rachel
A datalog interpreter and UI in TypeScript!

Twine App Builder

made by lazerwalker, submitted by rachel
Automatically generate standalone desktop builds for games built with tools like Twine, so you can easily distribute them on Steam or Itch!

Building the Game I Want to Play

made by henrysdev, submitted by rachel
Henry talks about how he got the idea for his collaborative improvisational keyboard game, MIDI matches! Game code here: https://github.com/henrysdev/midimatches Game here: https://midimatches.onrender.com/

My Little Parser

made by Sam, submitted by rachel
Sam talks about what he learned writing a syntax analyzer for the programming language Jack (a Java variant)! Code here: https://github.com/mnopqr1/MyNand2Tetris/tree/master/SyntaxAnalyzer

clocviz

made by Fabrizzio, ckini, submitted by rachel
clocviz is an extension of cloc that lets you "analyze a target codebase and render interactive visualizations: users can traverse the file tree with a simple mouse click and see statistics including lines by file, lines by language, percentage composition per language, etc."

Halt and Catch Fire Syllabus

made by Ashley Blewer, submitted by rachel
A self-guided syllabus about computing history based on the show "Halt and Catch Fire," with a pitch-perfect retro design. (Site code here: https://github.com/ablwr/halt-and-catch-fire-syllabus)

Family Cookbook

made by christalee, submitted by rachel
Christalee modified the LaTeX cuisine package to create a beautifully formatted family cookbook! Code here: https://github.com/christalee/recipes

Including Assembly code in a C program

made by Fabrizzio, submitted by rachel
Fabrizzio demonstrates how to call functions written in Assembly in a C program.

Adjective Noun

made by Emily, submitted by rachel
The title says it all: generative adjective-noun pairings for creative prompts and/or amusement! https://adjective-noun.emilybonar.com/

Commit Colors

made by bryanbraun, submitted by rachel
See what color your commit is in your terminal! Each commit is assigned a hexadecimal color based on the first six characters in the commit ID.