Hi, I'm Pixelated Starfish. I enjoy video game development, music, singing, and computer science. I drew a pixelated starfish, hence the name.
If you would like a logo for your programming language, reach out to me in the discussion page!
I created Blood, also called Blood32, after watching videos by User:Truttle1. I was recovering from a nosebleed at the time, so I like to think I put my blood into the language. I had to get a keyboard cover!
A Turing incomplete language in which source is prone to random crashes; this language features high-level operations for arithmetic with integers.
Heck is designed such that source code is expressible as a hexadecimal number. This language is designed such that the uninitiated will utter "What the heck?!" upon attempting to read source.
I created Something because I grew tired of the vague error message "Oops! Something went wrong!" on so many apps.
Anything ever typed can compile to a runnable program with Starstuff.
A language with a very forgetful instruction pointer.
One sleepless summer night, this language appeared.
A deque-based language filled with features for experimenting with computation on theoretical machines. Vessel is based on Blood32.