Automated arbitrage — collects revenue from inter-exchange price differences; carried out over $300M USD of live transactions.
Computer fundamentals book — arrange transistors into CPUs, and instructions into bootable code. Available online and in-store.
Programmatic graphic design — custom language, compiler, VM, and standard library for constructing vector graphics.
In-browser IDE — edits CurveScript with live preview, automatic state saving, unlimited undo, and syntax highlighting.
PC game launcher — identifies games installed from any shop and launches without the need for mouse/keyboard.
Visual XAML editor — standalone vector graphics editor, and embeddable component licensed to 3rd parties.
Cross-compilation toolchain - converts .NET executables into standalone, native binaries for many platforms.
Keeping things secret.
Time to get some data flowing.
The first of several posts on SSH.
Custom cryptography implementations, just like everyone says you shouldn't.
A really small library for really big numbers. Foundational work for future cryptography.
The simplest scripting possible to escape from overly-complex build systems.
Time to build a pile of stuff.
Simple versatile dough for pizza-like things.
Fluffy lemon pucks.
Easy, since everything is store-bought except the seasoned beef.
When you've had beef tacos all week and want something special for the weekend.
Corn-flavored cake you're allowed to eat during the meal.
Featuring actual chunks of actual meat, unlike jarred sauces.
As simple/lazy as I could make it and still get an edible meal.
Pipe into profiteroles, pour over icecream, spread on toast, or just eat with a spoon.
Pour over rice, paneer, or flatbread.
Takes forever, but takes very little effort. Timing lines up to make baked potatoes at the same time.
Keep handy to improve sandwiches, eggs & toast, or grilled cheese.
Butter, cheese, spices, and corn. No boiling necessary.