Just like electronics, Programming is something that has interested me for a long time. I started out with QuickBasic in my early teens, and quickly gained an interest in web development too. Over the years I’ve programmed for all sorts of domains/platforms, from MS-DOS, to Windows, crossplatform desktop, the Web on both ends, mobile devices, and microcontrollers.
This page acts as a showcase for some of them.
Android app development for Digitally Imported Inc’s radio brands DI.FM, RadioTunes, JAZZRADIO.com, ROCKRADIO.COM, ClassicalRadio.com, and Zen Radio.
Web-based tool to make changes to KiCad schematics that EESchema doesn’t let you do easily.
Popular audio sharing website for audio producers, voice actors, etc, visited by over 5 million people over its lifetime.
A programmer’s favourite, Conway’s Game of Life is a famous cellular automaton. I just had to implement my own version.
This little puzzle game was wildly popular at the time. I figured I’d go back to my roots and throw together an implementation in QBasic.
RSS Dash was a dashboard for RSS feed widgets, intended as an “iGoogle” replacement.
CarGo is a web game around a custom mini programming language. You program a car to drive through a maze, avoid crashing, and pick up credits.
A web-based FL-Studio-like step sequencer for drum samples.
“Brainfuck” is an esoteric programming language consisting of 8 commands, forming a simple Turing machine. I wrote a simple interpreter / debugger for it as a web page.
2D grid to draw with some Minecraft materials, to plan complex structures.
TheAudioPortal was a website and forum to share and review the members' music and improve as musicians.