A rather incomplete overview of things achieved.
Pulse for the Commodore VIC-20
This is a shoot–'em–up for an hopelessly outdated but very important computer: the Commodore VIC–20. Forget Apple, Microsoft and Facebook! Commodore has been the company which set billions of minds on fire and which also built the first online social network in the 1980's. It went down with marketing monkeys in only for the money.
I wrote Pulse in January 2014 and it got incredible reviews stating things like "We thought we plugged in the wrong machine!", "A miracle!" or "Unforgettable atmosphere!". It just happened because no–one told me that it's impossible to make. This kind of success got me hooked to experimenting a little more with the VIC–20 like playing audio from datassette like a regular music cassette.
Here's an interview with me about Pulse.
Pulse has been sold as a physical tape release in spring 2016 thanks to additional artwork provided by Anders Persson, Bryan Henry and Lukas Ramolla and lots of other tools provided by the lovely folks over at the VIC-20 Denial forum.
CJX – CoffeeScript, jQuery and XML combined
An attempt to set up a XML database administration back end. It got incredibly terse.
bender – 6502 assembler
An assembler written in tré, so incredible things could be done with things only Lisp can provide.
phitamine shop – PHP/MySQL shop based on the tré programming language
A shop to show off what can be done with tré's PHP back end and to proof some concepts for Caroshi. It's been split up into phitamine a toolbox for making PHP–based sites with tré as well as central services which was supposed to become a widget set for it.
tré – metamorphic Lisp transpiler
3D experiments on the web
16-bit multitasking OS written in C.
A 6802 disassembler (C++) hacked together to gain control over a Coke vending machine.
A simple PHP4 shop made in the late 1990's.
My first hit on (Turbo-)C++ in 1996: a graphical user interface.
Tetrabyte Macro Assembler
Developed until 1996 this is a self–hosting x86 macro assembler for DOS that comes with quite a lot of code to access PC hardware directly.