Here’s a list of freelance projects I’ve completed thus far, so if you’re looking for something similar to this, contact me on LinkedIn. Fencing Scoreboard This was a rather fun project, and is a scoreboard for Fencing (rapiers/swords). I completed this in about ten hours of work, over the course of a few days. (Between
HTML5 Canvas renders faster than the DOM and React. Who would of thought?
I’ve spent the better part of today recreating the Scorekeeper form in the roller derby software. The Scorekeeper form allows a scorekeeper (and in the future, two), to manage a skater’s current position, on-deck positions, and penalties. The Scorekeeper is designed for drag-n-drop in mind, and hopefully touch-capable devices in the future. There are six
When designing form elements for numeric input, these questions could help: 1: Are you selecting from a short range of numbers? If you’re selecting a short range of numbers, say 1 – 5, then consider using radio buttons, or a group of buttons with a label for each number (combined with a hidden form field
I created a plugin that formats a shortcode, code, to look beautiful, with line numbers. Example: Download Code Shortcode Plugin.
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
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
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