Web Software Projects
Web Software I've Worked On
From UNIX maintenance scripts to JS sports radio chat.
INTERNET RADIO LOUNGE
For Atlanta sports radio host Doug Stewart, one of my podcast clients, I built a secure, paywall-integrated chat lounge. With live Internet radio and user profiles.
Technologies used: NodeJS, MongoDB, Icecast
During the Angular 1 era of the early 2010s, I built a number of single-page apps for the California electricians' union IBEW 1245. One of them was described by a politician in the San Francisco Chronicle as having impressive graphics. Another calculated nurse salaries. I also worked on a large Python document conversion project for a library of old union legal agreements.
VIDEO CONVERSION PIPELINE
I've built a number of back-end Unix maintenance scripts for the Peter B. Collins Show. When this northern California podcaster hits Publish on his dashboard, my script automatically churns his audio into video and then uploads it to YouTube.
RECURSIVE GRAMMAR ENGINE
Stuff with text -- sentiment analysis, random text generators -- is fun. I've been porting my 2000s Robot Rock Critic (a website that emits reviews of fictitious rock albums) from Perl to modern JS. As featured a long time ago in the indie rock magazine Magnet.
WEBSITES FOR WINERIES
Remember back before mobile-friendly websites, when people hadn't pared down to the basics yet but instead built these really complicated, baroque websites with things animating all over the place? Working for the marketing firm Balzac in California wine country I worked on a wide variety of sites for restaurants and wine clubs. I also built a promotional slot machine game with animated graphics and a PHP backend for a Texan client who wanted that Vegas feel.