Presented at Brooklyn JS // July 16, 2015
The project that kicked this all off.
Using JISON, a different parser than the PEG-based approach I took.
What it says on the tin.
Esolang-focused blog with interviews and theoretical writeups.
Look at the fun you can have.
A wiki of programming languages, including both esolangs and “normies”.
An esolang with decaying data.
Are you brave enough to be confused?
Code with colors.
Sing to the machine.
Tooling for creating your own grammars in the browser, with a REPL and simple testing!
Just-released parsing expression grammar tool, with extra debugging power. Both browser and node implementations.
A how-to e-book on language design.