Hi. I am travis and I live and work in a place long ago abandoned by the gods: New York City. By day, I am a web developer at Blue Apron. By night, i am a normal person.

Very Mad Code

Bugs in code can be a real hoot! Much like actual insects, we can coexist with some software bugs (e.g. a CSS change unexpectedly makes a button too small), while others evoke a feeling of "there is no god, I'm leaving the country" (e.g. when a company goes bankrupt in under an hour because one DevOps guy fugged up).

This is what happens when there's a bug in your code and the result is better than what you actually had in mind.

I encourage you to click around frantically and piss it off. However, don't piss it off too much, or you'll face a zombie-apocalypse level swarm of pixel noise. Reset with spacebar if it gets too pissed.

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This was made with Processing, and it's supposed to mimic the behavior of ripples in water. Unfortunately, I didn't quite get it right this time, but once I do, I'll let you know. Check out the code on Github.

Ripples! I Made Them!