Josh Juran


Josh Juran is, in all likelihood, the last person in the world to learn 68K assembly language for use in Mac applications. He’s currently developing a Mac OS emulator and a programming language.

Open Source Bridge 2017

Sessions for this user

* How to Build a Portable, Eco-Friendly, Interactive 2D Graphics Demo out of Spare Parts

How do you make an emulator cross-platform without tying it to a bunch of OS-specific display and user input subsystems? And how do you avoid wasting CPU (and draining the user's battery) while idle? I'll tell you how I did it for my own emulator, and help you make your own interactive graphics demo.
Josh Juran

Open Source Bridge 2016

Proposals for this user

* displayfs: Controlling displays remotely with a virtual filesystem

displayfs is a virtual filesystem for driving a framebuffer over a network. The primary use case is giving demos without exposing your laptop's workspace and compromising your privacy.
Hacks 2016-04-21 06:34:26 +0000
Josh Juran

Open Source Bridge 2014

Proposals for this user

* Leaving the Web: Portable, Distributed, Programming Without HTML, CSS, or JavaScript

If we could roll back the clock and reinvent the Web platform, what might we come up with?
Chemistry 2014-04-12 06:37:32 +0000
Josh Juran