Category Archives: myProjects

Or Maybe Back to Python?

Geez … with a new pile of PHP library books and my brain soaking up new PHP and MySQL knowledge like it’s a roll of Bounty paper towels, I’m now so excited that one of my all-time favorite products, SeaMonkey, … Continue reading

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GeoLocation Testing

My little app uses geolocation to record the user’s location when submitting data. When reviewing the data, the user sees a marker on a Google map. I’ve noticed that, depending on the browser and operating system, that location is different … Continue reading

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My Site Is Secure

Just bought my first TLS/SSL certificate. Feel cool. Like I’ve gone through a rite of passage. Like I’m not an amateur. Also continuing to make php forms and such more secure in the app itself. Pretty pleased with myself. Learning … Continue reading

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Big Sigh of Relief

Exhale. Breathe in and out. You’ve earned it. All the pieces are working. Now I just need to combine & consolidate some stuff (get rid of redundancy, DRY some shizzle, combine some PDO and classes to increase elegance) and write the … Continue reading

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Well, Fudge

After spending a good part of the weekend with my 12-year-old daughter (who loves baking and making truffles) beginning work on a new app for Amazon‘s Alexa to assist cooks with their inventory, shopping, and cooking, I was excited and optimistic not … Continue reading

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Elected

The project I’ve been working on the longest (and the one progressing the slowest) is an app to find all elected officials — yours or for another specific location. By “another specific location” I mean, for example, you want to report the … Continue reading

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Automate the Tedious Stuff

One of my responsibilities at my day job is maintaining this page. You might think it’s ugly now but it used to be like the rest of our site — an infinite bulleted list of text links. This responsibility includes running … Continue reading

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