An open programming environment inspired by programming games
Monday 1:20 p.m.–1:45 p.m.
Target audience: Developer
Go play Zachtronics' SHENZHEN I/O or TIS-100. Don't worry, I'll wait.
Was that good? Was it fun? Is regular programming that fun?
Wouldn't it be fun to see your data literally zipping along wires between the components of your programs, but with a less puzzle-oriented low-level language?
I set about making such a system.
Josh is a Site Reliability Engineer working for Google. He completed a PhD in Mathematics at the University of Tasmania.