Innkeepe

January 21st, 2010 § 0

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COMS 501 Software Engineering (Spring 2006). I led a team of 6 students to develop a Property Management System for Small Hotels and Bed & Breakfasts. I was also heavily involved in the back-end design, implementation, testing, and documentation.

Cornell Society of Physics Students – Website

January 21st, 2010 § 0

In 2004, I was asked by the president to join the Cornell Society of Physics Students as their webmaster. I built the then version of the website. I’ll post some screenshots if I find them…eventually.

Oakland International Fellowship – Website

January 21st, 2010 § 0

OIF logoFrom 2009, I have been involved in the revamping of the website for my church in Pittsburgh. The website, at oif.pccoakland.org is based also based on the WordPress blog engine to allow the core team to more easily update it with information, news and events.

EmmanuelBaptist.sg

January 21st, 2010 § 0

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In 2007, I consulted for and developed the website for my Singapore church, Emmanuel Baptist Fellowship, and relocated it to www.emmanuelbaptist.sg. The website is based on the WordPress blog engine to allow the elders to more easily update it with news and events.

Softwaterworks.com

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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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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

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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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