RDMGR: Peer-to-Peer Cameras

March 18, 2019

I’ve got my Roller Derby software capable of streaming camera feeds between each other, which will go a long way to provide more than one camera angle for live events. It’s even greater, because there won’t be a need for lots of high-end PCs, video capture devices, HDMI/SDI wires, etc., all over the venue. Just

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RDMGR : Peer-to-Peer Connections

March 6, 2019

I have peer-to-peer connections working for the Roller Derby Manager (RDMGR) software. Now I can send/receive data between clients over the network. For example: a remote scoreboard sending the game clock in real-time to the live streaming computer. This opens up possibilities as now more computers added to the system can contribute to an improved

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How to Program a Photo Gallery – Free Guide

March 1, 2019

Download my free guide on How to Program a Photo Gallery. (PDF, 328kb) This guide is very detailed, covering not just the code, but also wby code was written a certain way. Gain Confidence! As a developer, you may feel that you can code well, but are you confident you can complete a task your client gives you? I

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Create the Solution First, Then Choose Your Tools

February 26, 2019

Before you commence work on a solution, you need to create it, and then you can choose your tools. When you create a solution, the tools you need will become apparent. First, you must create the solution without the tools in mind. This is done through analysis and discussion about what the product must do

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Programming Principle: Ask Questions

February 24, 2019

If you feel certain you know what your client wants, and you haven’t asked them, then you must ask them. Otherwise, your client will feel ignored, and you’ll come across as arrogant. You may feel confident you can give them what they want without asking, but such confidence is foolish. Maybe this client, this time, will

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Rock the Crypt Wallpaper

February 24, 2019

Rock ‘n Roll Wallpaper, 1920 x 1080

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Wallpaper: Skulls in Hellfire

February 22, 2019

Just put this together for any hardcore skulls and hellfire enthusiasts. 1920 x 1080 | 1280 x 720 | 640 x 360

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Design: STAT

February 21, 2019

This is a page design for hospitals and surgeons who have a sense of humor. They all have a sense of humor; they have to in that profession. Cool features include: a heartbeat monitor behind the menu (for fancy looks), and a scrollable page design (somewhat).

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Design: Old DNA

February 20, 2019

I’ve published one of my first (of hopefully many) web page designs, to showcase my design work. Though I’m well-versed in engineering software, UI/UX design is something I’m getting back into.

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My Biggest Flaw

February 19, 2019

My biggest flaw is that when something is important to me, I focus more on the reasons it won’t happen than the reasons it will happen. This pattern shows up for me in the pursuit of love. It’s indicative of the fear everyone shares: that they won’t be loved. My fear that I won’t be

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