Generating noise and fractal landscapes. Some of this math is beyond me, but it'd be fun to learn. :)
I like this blogger's list of 10 Things Experienced Developers Know Well.
A blog post on code bloat, and I'm inclined to agree.
Two web apps I've used recently have just been inexcusably bad with slow response times likely due to massive frameworks.
It doesn't have to be this way.
Just so y'all don't think I'm the only one who goes on about these things helping you become a better dev. 😂 5 habits to improve your programming skills.
Not really in-depth, but a broad overview of shortest-path algorithms.
Even if you don't want to be impressed, you won't be able to help yourself. Floppotron 3.0.
A story of badly-implemented cryptography. Anyone familiar should be prepared to facepalm halfway through this read. (No, AES was not broken.)
Making a web-based music visualizer with Three.JS and the Web Audio API.
On refilling disposable dishwasher soap cartridges. Is a more exciting read than it sounds.
Running Linux and compiling C in the browser. No word yet on if it supports Firefox. ;) Is the browser finally the OS?
Here's some enlightening material about Unicode and unexpected character encodings.
This Sodoku solver is, more than anything, a neat introduction to OpenCV.
This isn't really building an editor (it's just plugging components together), but it's interesting to see how quickly it can be done, and how to connect to a 3rd-party system for doing compilation.
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