Archive for the ‘web development’ Category

WPScan WPscan false positives

Wednesday, April 27th, 2016

WPscan is a popular command line tool for scanning WordPress installations to find vulnerabilities. It is a frontline tool used to find access points for your site – and – if it’s good enough for that hackers, you should be using it too! I recommend downloading it immediately to test your sites. However, I just […]

Firefox respects Macintosh preferences, disrespects users Firefox respects Macintosh preferences, disrespects users

Thursday, September 3rd, 2009

Web forms rock They are easily accessible, can feed information directly to a database and replace tree-killing paper versions. Web forms suck They are difficult to style, require massive validation and and the elements look drastically different on each browser. And don’t get me started on accessibility. OK, get me started… It takes a lot […]

Tuesday, November 1st, 2005

Finding that path less traveled. One blustery afternoon while on a camping trip in the Washington backcountry, I had the idea for, a hiker community site. I envisioned a place where I could photo blog all of my adventures for others to see and also search for new adventures by reading the logs of […]

Saturday, September 3rd, 2005

Freelance Project, I was contracted to design and build an informational web site for a large upcoming wedding. The site provided an introduction to the Portland area, as well as contact information for services regarding the event. The domain has expired, but an archive of the site is still available.

Monday, August 1st, 2005 is the growing portfolio of Samantha Nagmay, a local Portland sculptor. The site contains biographical information and images of her many, many works. As of summer 2005, several of the section are still waiting for content to be provided.

Sever-side Message Board Sever-side Message Board

Monday, November 1st, 2004

The final project for CS465, this CGI web application is a full featured and customizable message board written in Perl. It allows for end users to create topics, reply with infinite levels of sub-topics, post links, share files and much more. It also tracks statistics and allows for a high level of administration. The link […]

Distance Education Redesign Distance Education Redesign

Saturday, December 14th, 2002

After the distance orientation, PCC asked me back to work on a complete re-design of the Portland Community Collage Distance Education website during the summer of 2002. This site is primarily programmed in ColdFusion, contains numerous dynamically generated pages, and serves hundreds of PCC students each year. The process incorporated closely working with many of […]

Online Distance Orientaion Online Distance Orientaion

Friday, December 13th, 2002

Prior to the construction of the Distance Education site, I participated on a team of developers hired to design the extensive Online Orientation. This orientation is required for all perspective students, and makes sure that they gain the skills necessary to take an online course. While my time was mostly spent on constructing the structure […]

Dynamic Photo Dynamic Photo

Monday, October 1st, 2001

DynamicPhoto is a little web application written that I created while teaching myself PHP. It uses object-oriented techniques and the GD library, allowing a user to easily manage an online photo album. Once photos are uploaded, the server dynamically creates all of the borders, text and icons.

GlassRoots Innovations GlassRoots Innovations

Friday, September 22nd, 2000

GlassRoots Innovations contracted me to construct their e-commerce site. The final product allowed the owners to upload a continually changing catalog of hand-blown glass items. It also featured an admin section that allowed them to track orders and overall web-cite traffic. Once, located at, the company has since shut down.