Development log of a life-long coder

TEC Redshift disc-dumping tool

Leveraging someone else's reverse-engineering work, I made a browser-based tool for dumping TEC Redshift discs into EXA code and JSON formats.

I don't know if anyone else will ever want such a tool, but one now exists, regardless.


For analytical minds, there's an irresistible genre of games called "zachlikes" (I even made one). The best zachlikes come directly from Zachtronics, namely:

What does this have to do with anything?

Exapunks is a programming zachlike, and I'm in dire need of more programming languages, so obviously I needed to solve a Project Euler problem in Exapunks. Ok, done. Then I wanted to share my code in a source code-like format and couldn't find an appropriate tool, so I made one.

That's all. End of story.