All Open Source code is hosted via Github, with a full list of public repositories embedded below. Developers are welcome to request parts of the code for other App Store applications that aren't listed below as well, just ask.
The code that runs this site is a Python application written with the Bottle framework, using PostgreSQL to provide persistent storage for blog posts and github repository information. It's entirely purpose-built to run this site, and would not be useful as a general open source project, but it may be posted on Github at some point.
Cross platform library to read a password in the terminal with Rust.
Rust bindings to the Core Foundation library on Mac OS X and iOS
Reverse engineered library for Ubiquiti Airview2 spectrum analyzer's undocumented device API
Networked entropy distribution system for Raspberry Pi and Beaglebone
A "heater" for old PCs written in Python. Yes, it's a joke :)
Simple nondeterministic URL shortener written with Bottle, Memcache and minimal Bootstrap/FontAwesome. Not setup for deployment by default, disable bottles development server and use gunicorn + nginx for public use
A "fake" Mi-Fi API built with Google AppEngine for Novatel devices. This is how Mi-Fi Monitor was developed without leaving an actual Mi-Fi running all the time :)
This is a simple demonstration of two things, pulling random entropy out of a hardware smart card, and feeding that data into the Linux kernel pool using an ioctl call. Makes it possible for any Linux system to have a real hardware random number generator
An OS X menu bar application that tracks Bitcoin mining pool statistics using login details or API keys provided by the user, very old code and probably in need of refactoring
A Bitcoin "stock ticker" of sorts, built to track MtGox trade high/low/volume data on a simple timer. Given the current situation with MtGox, this app DOES NOT work anymore, but the code is still available and may be useful to someone.
A now deprecated but clever part of PlugUI (found in the Arch Linux ARM repo) that uses Google AppEngine to act as a sort of quasi dynamic DNS system much like dyndns but built specifically for Arch Linux (formerly PlugApps Linux, hence the branding)