Neva has recorded her first video explaining how she coded a project, a mini-tutorial. It’s an example of a visualization using classes and arrays in JS. You can also access … Continue reading Neva’s first coding tut
Simon has been hiding so-called “easter eggs” on his Discord server, i.e. hidden surprises that can be anything ranging from a character code to a math puzzle, for his friends … Continue reading What Geeks Do for Easter Egg Hunt 🥚
My friend Abhay Kashyap and I have recreated the game AddEmUp! It was a flash game, so you can’t play the original any more. Link: https://addemup.abhayandsimon.repl.co After Adobe first deprecated … Continue reading Simon and Abhay have made a favorite game rise from the ashes
Simon has created a Python program that looks for “squangular” numbers. 36 is both a square number (6×6 square of things makes 36 things) and a triangular number (8×8 triangle … Continue reading Squangular numbers
I wanted to get Java to mix the order of the numbers between -128 and 127. I think there’s no way to do that because the shuffling algorithm would break … Continue reading Fooling Java
Amidst all the traveling in August, Simon was working on his first serious coding competition submission. Together with a friend from Australia, he was building a new programming language called … Continue reading ProLang: Simon’s first jam submission
I wrote a small program that copies itself. When the program doubles itself it executes itself twice. The code that doubles itself is now doubled. The second time you run … Continue reading A Small Program that Doubles Itself
Simon has written a short Python code solving the Towers of Hanoi puzzle: https://repl.it/@simontiger/Towers-of-Hanoi
Simon writes: This amazing sentence is generated by a Markov Text-Generation Algorithm. What is a Markov Algorithm? Simply put, it generates the rules from a source text, and it generates … Continue reading It takes the sun to the ground, and violet on the observer’s eye.
Simon has made a small calculator/approximator in Repl.it that shows what number an infinite series converges to: https://repl.it/@simontiger/Series
Simon writes: I’ve built a giant project; a website / community project / platform for making algorithms! I’ve built in this video Bubble Sort, Selection Sort, Insertion Sort, Mergesort, Quicksort, … Continue reading Simon’s new “giant project”: Sorting Visualizations
Simon was preoccupied with vector functions for most of the day on Saturday, compiling what, at first site, looked like a monstrously excessive code in Processing (he recycled some of … Continue reading Back to Python (and C#)!