Computers are amazingly fast. Why is so much of their software so slow? Why do many programs seem to be stagnating over time, or even getting worse? The minor exasperations grind away at us at work, at home, on the go, all the time. But does it have to be like this? Or is there another way?
We think there is. We think programmers can work with the computer, not against it. We’re a community of developers fed up with the state of software, and we want to do something about it. We’re willing to build it ourselves, by hand.
It’s not a specific technique or programming language—it’s an idea. The idea that we can build software that works with the computer, not against it, using good craftsmanship. That software can and should be built carefully, with performance and usability in mind, avoiding unnecessary complexity by digging deep into the core of what the program does.
We offer a place to share your project with a growing community of like-minded developers. Games, productivity tools, art programs; utilities, editors, compilers; we accept all kinds of software.
4coder differentiates from other editors by focusing on the domain of low level programming in C/C++. 4coder can function as a text editor, but unlike options like vim, emacs, or sublime, text editing is not the point. In 4coder the point is editing code. That means it knows that the ...
Handmade Hero is an ongoing project by Casey Muratori to create a complete, professional-quality game accompanied by videos that explain every single line of its source code. The series began on November 17th, 2014, and is estimated to run for at least 600 episodes. Programming sessions are limited to one ...
The stb libraries are a collection of single-file header-file libraries for C/C++ in the public domain, primarily aimed at game developers. They are designed to be easy to integrate, easy to use, and easy to release. Some libraries are bread-and-butter (image file loading), some are deeply esoteric (level generation).
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