I do a bunch of things online. I love to build web apps and write scapers, infrastructure provisioning playbooks, and user interfaces.
- 2020 — Clockin HTML5 time tracking web app.
- 2020 — Precious Data project for scraping the official P-Memories trading card website data and translating to English.
- 2020 — eBay store, SpongeBobThriftPants.
- 2020 — #Jamuary2020, a music challenge to make a jam every day for the month of January.
- 2019 — Guess That Module HTML5 VOCALOID knowlege test.
- 2019 — Jepurdee HTML5 trivia game made for parties.
- 2011 – 2020 — Public domain sounds and music on Freesound and OpenGameArt.
- 2018 – 2019 — Code in the Dark contestant
- 2019 — ansible-squad Ansible provisioning script for spinning up and customizing an OWI Squad server on Windows or Linux.
- 2019 — Robinhooder userscript which adds extra useful data to Robinhood‘s UI.
- 2019 — LudumDare 45 in which I worked with Ren’Py and turned the first chapter of my novel into a visual novel.
- 2019 — Bonanza Booth
- 2007 – 2018 — IT Technician at Industrial Communications Spokane. Learned SAMBA, PowerShell, InstallShield, AutoIt, Chocolately/NuGet, Cisco IOS, pfSense, DNSMasq, WordPress and Drupal.
- 2009 – 2018 — DooM Squad Airsoft. Group of friends who travelled to airsoft events, hosted themed events, and built custom pyrotechnics ignition systems.
- 2016 – 2017 — Brotherly computer research club, http://teamrpc.info. We made a few games during Ludum Dare.
- 2017 — Wrote my first novel, St. Ezreal’s School of Espers.
- 2012 – 2015 — insanity54 YouTube Channel. I vlogged for a time, made software tutorials and reviews, and humorous green screen videos.
- 2015 — Guess That Champion Pixi.js game which tests the player’s knowlege of League of Legends champions. Pulls champion data from Riot API.
- 2015 — hostr command line tool which returns the IP address of your named virtual machine instances on DigitalOcean & Vultr.
- 2014 — bf42-dock Dockerized Battlefield 1942 server.
- 2014 — Completed Startup Engineering Course at Stanford Online.
- 2013 — Node Knockout contestant. Placed in the top 100 with my teammate, @mindsforge
- 2013 — Learned the Melbourne Shuffle.
- 2007 — Acquired amateur radio Technician license (KE7NWL)
- 2006 — Deviant Art
- 2006 — Extremetoaster Radio. A Icecast radio music stream in which I became energetic DJ Crispy along with friends DJ Key and DJ Aki.
- 2005-2011 — Extremetoaster.com flash game website disguised as an educational portal. I employed measures against IT department domain blacklisting so students could play at school. It’s the most popular website I ever made and I learned a lot about system administration from this.
You will never see a copyright claim in the work I personally produce. This is purely for philosophical reasons. Copied content lasts longer, and imitation is the highest form of flattery. I’d prefer my works be shared freely!