To keep my development skills sharpened while outside of the University setting, I like to write things.
For details on what I've worked on in the University setting, please see my Projects page.
For a project at a Hack-a-thon, I decided that I was fed up with my University's piss-poor accessibility maps. I decided to write my own toolkit to help you generate detailed accessibility guides for your location. Check it out.
I'm hoping someday my demonstration project can be realized using a toolkit, but in the meantime: there's an easily adaptable demo file you can download.
I write books. I am an only child and it was rather lonely growning up. Therefore, you will notice that the main characters are close siblings. Read them?
On the desktop development side of things, this is StoreTrainer. It is a rather simple tool I wrote to launch a game and its associated trainer (yes, cheat program) with a single click. It was intentionally developed using Visual Basic 6.0 to appeal to the restro PC gaming market, while still running without a hitch on modern Windows 10 PCs. Head on over to the StoreTrainer Website to learn more.