Tyler began by only having CSS to repair part of a site to building Cutestrap and mastering the Front End styling needed for good looking hackery
Joey went from Human Computer interactions in defense on Silicon Graphics to Game Development and retro hacks including a virtual visit to blockbuster in VR at Netflix
Nora injects failure to build reliability - and then went on to build a startup showing companies how to uncomplicate their own systems
Time to add note collection gameplay to our game
Bogdan relives some of his greatest Netflix hackery, from retro 50s TVs to a fitbit that pauses your show when you sleep
E7: Platformer Physics
Adding 2d physics to a platformer for jump kinematics
E1: Carenina, Alex, and Guy
Carenina, Alex, and Guy go behind the scenes on some of their greatest joint hacks
E6: Sprite Packing and Large Sprites
Moving to 2x3 (16x24 pixel) player sprites, by building a sprite packer
E5: Full Collision Detection
Using the coin counter to finish player collision detection
E4: On Screen Debug
Using a coin counter to show debugging values on screen
E3: Basic Collision Detection
Adding basic collision detection on the right side and down
E2: Level Editor
Building a graphical NES level editor
Starting an NES Game build with an Attract Screen
E5 - Applications on the Real Internet
App performance on the real internet presents real challenges, especially with real time or latency sensitive applications like video streaming, but the Magic Modem can help us.
E4 - UI, your own streaming service
Working with SmartTV style UI with left/right/up/down (LRUD) style controls as on a simple IR controller.
E3 - Compression, your own streaming service
An introduction to modern video compression with our JSON-based video/audio codec.
E2 - Video/Audio, your own streaming service
Building video and audio codecs in simple JSON.
E1 - Overview, your own Streaming Service
S1E5: RISC-V runtime on the Web
Hooking a RISC-V web runtime with wasm / selfie.c to build a C compiler that we can host in a web page. Mostly a case study.
S1E4: Pixel Embedded Digital Signatures
Digitally signing PNGs, with a hidden embedding.
S1E3: Infinite Volume Wheels
Rotary encoders are infinite volume knobs - let’s hook one up to a webpage.
S1E2: DIY Custom Key Deck
Build your own custom key deck through the Linux UAPI in python, then add some custom functionality.
S1E1: Public Company Wordclouds
Public companies report earnings quarterly. In this session, we take transcripts of these calls and live code a word cloud based on their logo in python.