Keyboard Hell

Do you enjoy the sound of a mechanical keyboard? What if it was possible to achieve the sound of the keys clacking without having an actual mechanical keyboard? That was the idea that spawned this keyboard hell (kbhell) project. That and trolling friends by playing a soundbite every time they press a key! Getting Started When a user performs any keystroke, a audio file gets played. One of the main kbhell requirements is that it runs on both Windows and Linux....

September 2, 2023 · 8 min · Ivan Eduardo Guerra

Morse Translator

While on a LeetCode1 grind, I came across a fun problem involving Morse code: Unique Morse Code Words2. You might wonder what the encodings sound like. With a little programming magic you can find out by creating a command line utility for converting text to Morse code audio. The Basics The journey starts at the Morse code wiki page3. The wiki had a chart that sums up the protocol: The chart though labeled “International Morse Code” seems basic....

August 1, 2023 · 8 min · Ivan Eduardo Guerra