Archive for 'Software'

Windows 10 can burn in hell or how I learned it fucking sucks


I’m a geek. I’m a huge geek and I’m an early adopter (context where context is due) and I’ve always been a Windows fan. Unbiased, but a fan. That said, I’ve been having a recurring issue which has forced me to reinstall Windows over a dozen times in less than a year. (more…)

Implementing a simple L-system parser

Sierpinski triangle

Here’s a very rough implementation of an L-system (Lindenmayer system) interpreter, parser and renderer, written in VB.NET The current implementation is very basic and lacks many of the features available in more mature projects, such as LILiS. (more…)

SoftScope: A software based Oscilloscope / Vectorscope


SoftScope is an attempt to mimic the functionality of a two channel oscilloscope, where each channel is fed from an stereo audio source. The result, when used with the appropriate audio source, is a vector drawing machine: (more…)

Tupper’s Self-Referential Formula

Tupper's Self-Referential Formula

A couple of days ago I stumbled upon a rather old video post from Numberphile which talked about a formula that could plot itself, called the Tupper’s Self-Referential Formula: (more…)

The Snake game

Wow, almost a full year since my last post. Anyway, here’s a little piece of code that (kind of) mimics the Blockade game, written in VB.NET. Not much to say or comment about it, but that it is not a finished product and it’s just the result of an extremely boring afternoon… enjoy! (more…)