rails, rspec, ember, leaflet, postgres, redis, heroku, s3
Mobile web app that tracks school bus locations. Originally an in-house Vermonster product, now an open-source project with a paid hosting option, schoolbot.io. I led development and documentation of the SchoolBot MVP and still maintain it, although I no longer work at Vermonster.
sinatra, redis, slack, twilio, heroku
Slack-operated access control for telephone-based building intercom systems. Developed for the Vermonster office.
CSH WebNews 2011–2015
rails, postgres, coffeescript, jquery, nntp
Web-based client for the Computer Science House news server, with progressive enhancements, email notifications, and a JSON API supporting third-party iOS and Android apps. Actually two projects:
WebNews v0, a sprawling mess of spaghetti that was my second Rails app ever, but nevertheless saw wide adoption and had 100+ weekly active users within CSH for several years.
Haddock on Heroku 2011
Dead-simple web frontend for Haddock, a gem that generates memorable passwords.
Clobber on Rails 2011
rails, sqlite3, jquery, svg, heroku
An online version of an obscure board game, created for a class project, and my first Rails app ever.
Warp Zone 2012
Think fast! Pilot a spaceship through twisting tunnels at warp speed, neutralizing obstacles with the correct tool at the correct time.
NetHack Achievements 2011
During a brief stint on the BingeHack project, a fork of NetHack, I designed and implemented 80+ modern achievements for this decades-old adventure game. That web site and the first dozen or so achievements are the work of my college roommate, @clockfort.
flash, actionscript 3
Space shoot-‘em-up with a retro vector style. Dodge lasers, collect powerups, and blast waves of ships into glowy green line segments.
Black Hole Wars 2008
Unfinished head-to-head game where players slingshot asteroids around using black holes.
Homebrew Notifier 2015
Push-button-install script that notifies you when any of your Homebrew packages are outdated.
Advent of Code 2015
Solving 25 days of programming challenges in Ruby. Not yet complete.
Giant Robots Posts 2012
rails, git, open source
While apprenticing at thoughtbot, I had the privilege of writing a couple posts for their popular tech blog, Giant Robots Smashing Into Other Giant Robots:
Better serialization, less as_json —
On the perils of, and alternatives to, overriding
- 8 new steps for fixing other people’s code — An update to some venerable open source guidelines.
ruby, ibm basic
Pseudo-live feed of the most recent public tweets matching a specified search… on an IBM PCjr.