An interview with the creator of the small internet community rawtext.club!
What is a qbit and how can it potentially change the world? Find out as we explore quantum computing!
Diving into this issues 40-year old featured language: BBC Basic!
Find out how people are saving classic games through restoration and archiving!
Rediscover the fun of some of the first video games with Inform 7!
An interview with Solderpunk about the inspiration and the creation of Gemini!
Learn how asymmetric encryption and prime numbers help keep you safe online!
Meet lisp, one of the oldest and simplest families of programming languages out there!
From gopherspace to geminispace, the small internet is a lot bigger than you think!
Learn why Arduino: Forth is actually #1!
What in the world is a video redundancy? Find out that and more in this crash course on encoding!
This month we are diving into concurrent and distributed programming with Erlang!
With shortages in PPE, the maker movement arrived to save the day!
Ever wonder if a computer could shake hands? It happens more than you would think!
Thinking about participating in a Game Jam? Here's some helpful tips and tricks!
Show off your musical side with Pure Data!
Exploring the concept of RAM and how it helps your MInecraft game run better.
Breaking down big problems into smaller ones is a great way to solve them. Let's see how recursion helps us do this!
This language of the month is going to be a real Snap!
Learn about the smallest, simplest computers and where they’re still used today.
Why Smalltalk is such a unique language, and how it evolved into modern variants like Scratch, Squeak, and Pharo.
Learn how procedural generation can be used to create infinite maps, music, and worlds to explore.
Take a peek into the importance — and the struggle — of getting truly random data.
Some digital tools to help you create your own unique, ever-changing symphony with nothing but some code and a computer!
Is it possible to steal software? And how do we know who owns code?
Learn how to start making 3D games on this cool platform with over ninety million users.
Why does your computer need special hardware to render graphics? And what’s the deal with all those pixels, anyways?
A quick primer to the ins and outs of typed vs untyped programming languages.
This spiffy new programming language combines the best of typed and untyped languages.
In the future, will computers be able to do everything? Even create an entire universe?