DeadCode

DeadCode is a theory that focuses on learning from archived code.

Information

Deadcode is a theory-craft that disintegrates, analyzes and abstracts information from archived codes, libraries, frameworks and applications. There are multiple areas within the deadcode but the objective would be to help understand, learn and grow from the vast amount of old code.

History

We want to keep an archive of old / deprecated software scripts/libraries as a reference material for future programmers, hackers and researchers. As more and more codebases are fading out or being replaced, it might be wise to keep records of important functions and modules as an educational source of information.


Videos

  • Stop Writing Dead Programs by Jack Rusher

    • A brilliant presentation from Jack Rusher at the Strange Loop 2022 on an area of deadcode.
    • Jack Rusher breaks down different fundamental flaws that newer programming languages are carrying over from older languages.