Here are a bunch of things I've made or helped make.
A loopable piece of game music done in the style of Contra. Good for an action game.
A short-lived series of screencasts showing how to build web applications using Spring and Java, inspired by RailsCasts.
A simple clone of Astrosmash using PhaserJS.
A cover of an old R.E.M. song, done with Oliver Switzer
For September's song-a-month this guitar shredder piece came out of nowhere. A poor man's Joe Satriani!
A song-a-month song done in only 24 hours. This was my personal anthem in January of 2016.
A song-a-month guitar piece done in February of 2016.
A Rails app for tracking your collect of D & D miniatures.
A littleBits project that lets you play music with a slider by mapping it to one of five different scales.
RubyMine Plug-in to easy navigate to the most recent Ruby on Rails migration file.
November 2015's song-a-month songs. Another guitar instrumental, this time in 7/8.
The first mountain biking trail map I ever made for the park that helped start my mountain biking journey.
A trail map for mountain biking in Granite Knolls.
A PDF chart of basic/common guitar chords.
A collection of songs for guitar meet ups.
A bass-centric song-a-month song for October 2015.
A Ruby gem for controlling a single or group of l8 Smartlights.
A Ruby Gem for controlling the littleBits cloudBit and Arduino Module.
An Unreal Tournament 2003 mod version of one of my all-time favorite arcade games - Marble Madness.
The theme to Metroid, if it was performed by 1970's Genesis.
A guitar rock cover of the Mission to Zyxx theme song.
Visual Studio Code Extension to easy switch between implementation code and test code.
August's song-a-month written while being away from a loved one.
My attempt a writing a book in the style of the Pragmatic Guides for Maven during PragProWriMo.
Command-line tool for searching for Java dependencies in Maven Central.
A capture the flag variant created for the original Unreal Tournament.
A growing set of tools to help inspire songwriting.
A presentation showin Rails developers how to accomplish the same things with Spring Boot.
My entry for Ludum Dare 26 in April of 2013. A game where you do your best to avoid picking anything up, no matter how shiny and tempting!
An ongoing project in which I describe how to install, initialize, set up dependencies for and test a Piglatin library for every programming langage out there.
My college band's 5 song CD. That's a compact disc for you young ones.
My college band's self-titled album.
A set of questions to help generate closeness between two people.
A tiny, incomplete game written using Ruby/Chingu for Ludum Dare in April of 2012.
A Ruby gem for translating english words to Piglatin.
A loopable piece of game music that follows the song structure of Super Mario Brothers Level 1 theme music. Likely good for an underwater level.
A podcast about poetry that I do the audio engineering and intro music for.
A song about how winter can intensify your longing for somebody.
A trail map for mountain biking in Woodlands Legacy Fields Park.