Softwaterworks.com

January 21st, 2010 § 0

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Developed in 2002, this website was developed to publicize ShapeShifter using the front of a software organization. It was also a means for me to experiment with J2EE server-side programming.

It used to be hosted at the J2EE-based www.MyCgiServer.com server, but that service is now down. I have built a PHP port of the website for archival purpose.

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ShapeShifter

January 21st, 2010 § 0

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My pet project for about 2 years while I was busy in the army, after conceiving an idea ot develop it on May 1, 2001. It is a graphing program, written in Java, which has a main feature of allowing users to enter equations with parameters which can be adjusted to see how the graph would change. ShapeShifter is open sourced under the GPL.
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NJC Science Webpage Generator

January 21st, 2010 § 0

A program I wrote for the National Junior College Science Department (but unfortunately not used, in the end), meant to allow easy updating of a webpage by just filling out fields in the program and generating the webpage. It writes the content to XML files and then uses XSLT to create the XHTML file.
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NJC Physics Website

January 21st, 2010 § 0

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During the December holidays of 1999, I helped out the Physics department at National Junior College by building their webpage. It was one of my early efforts at webpaging. The prototype of the site, as it once was, can be found here.

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Laser Cooling & Atom Trapping

January 21st, 2010 § 0

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In 1999, for my JC1 project, I did a physics one under the Hewlett Packard Telementorship Programme. I led a group of three students to learn about laser cooling, atom trapping, and related applications. We produced a report and presentation, and built a website. This was my first experience with webpaging and it seeded my interest in programming. The website featured a simply-written version, and an interactive version, though the latter is incomplete. Our project also achieved the fourth position for the school Project Fair.

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NJC 99S08 Class Website

January 21st, 2010 § 0

[flickr style=”display:inline; float:left; padding-right:10px”]photo:4293374076[/flickr] As class representative to 99S08, and an amateur web developer enthusiast, I tried my hand at creating the class website. Two versions were created during my fascination with textured backgrounds and shaped buttons.

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