About Me

I began programming when I was 10, when I received my first Arduino. I began learning HTML when I was 11 after taking a coding camp over the summer.

For the first few years I was entirely self taught, and practiced on this website, joeybabcock.me, in order to build up my skillset.

I mostly played with javascript, making games and learning how to use serverside processing to create dynamic output for my website.

Around 2015 I began making the switch to wordpress as a backend, and moved my site design over to a wordpress theme.


In highschool I began to refine my web design abilities by putting my skills to practical use. I created several websites for the different organizations I was apart of.

I created separate websites for Sage Creek's ASB, Cross Country/Track & Field program, and a separate mediawiki instance for documenting the history of my school.

Senior Assassins was one of the first fully fledged apps I created, and utilizes a number of different languages to administrate the game, run the twitter bot, and manage all the player states.

Recent Posts

Javascript Three.js Visualizer With Nyan Stars

June 1st, 2014

Using Three.js, Jquery, JavaScript, and some stolen star code from NYAN.CAT, I made an audio visualizer that shows volume(I think? [More…]

Php Actual Weather Query Script

May 8th, 2014

Download here https://github.com/joeybab3/Simple-Weather-Query This is a simple script I made mostly based off of http://gearside.com/make-it-rain-let-it-snow-query-weather-with-php/, to get it to work, go to This [More…]

Flappy Loach

May 1st, 2014

I added more characters it randomly selects between 6. I will add a character selection menu soon, and maybe a [More…]

Attiny(85) Projects

May 1st, 2014

Around the web you can find cool projects that people have made, but even a simple Google search returns only [More…]

Loachcam will be down for possibly a few weeks.

April 24th, 2014

I noticed that it was down, so I went to it and found it wasn’t powered on… I tried powering [More…]

JavaScript Tutorial Part 3, Interacting With The Page

April 24th, 2014

So far, you’ve learned the basics; variables, and formatting. But how do you use those? This section will explain.

JavaScript Tutorial Part 2, Variables.

April 16th, 2014

Variables store values such as text, numbers, or objects. Variables are either declared and then later set, or can be [More…]

Javascript Tutorial Part 1, Foreword, Making your first script.

April 16th, 2014

  JavaScript is used on almost every website big and small. It can be used to move items, sense clicks, [More…]

Sorry about the videos.

April 12th, 2014

UPDATE: I have started to re-film the videos one by one, under a new username. Yes, I am aware the [More…]

Buzz Javascript Sound

March 23rd, 2014

Buzz Javascript Sound Library. This is possibly the easiest way to implement sound using javascript. I used it in Flappy [More…]

Flappy Loach

March 1st, 2014

This is a loachified version of Flappy Bird. (Link removed because it no longer works) Updates: