Everything I am proud to have worked on.

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Assembly Line Machines

Ongoing Development

This is the Minecraft mod me and my friend, NinjaKittens, have spent working on for 8 months. This is a culmination of all my knowledge of Minecraft.

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Java Works Showcase

Completed 2016-2019

This is a combined launcher of all of my earliest, rudimentary Java works, including personal works as well as those done for school. Everything in this has a description as to why it was meaningful enough for me to include in the launcher, and this is a great way to see my progression as I learned to harness the power of programming.

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Monitor Calls

Completed Jan 2021

During my time working at U-Haul, I was commissioned to create a basic utility website which allowed for monitoring of individuals in the system via making phone calls to test agents' abilities to accept and accomodate reservations. Unfortunately, due to my time at U-Haul coming to an end, this site is private and is not available for public access. For inquiries or more information about this one, please contact me.

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Receipt Job Queuer

Completed Jan 2020

This is a server for receiving HTTP POST requests from port 9925 and converting it to ETC/POS-compatible formatting and sending to a thermal printer, like you'd find connected to a Point of Sale machine. Essentially, this allows for worldwide, remote, wireless printing. Allows features including P2P sending as well as whitelist and authentication options.

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Spigot Shop

Ongoing Development

This collaborative project between Nick and I was incomplete, meaning there is a lot of hanging threads which have not or may never be wrapped up. However, functionally, the site is fully functional. This is a SaaS website where people can set up and manage in-server Minecraft Spigot server shops, using Stripe's payment system as a processor, allowing for almost-completely-in-game payment acceptance.

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Transit Legacy Hall of Fame

Completed Dec 2019

This was a competitive scoreboard built by my friend, Nick. Unfortunately, the main page of the scoreboard (where we competed to battle on how many different routes we could ride) is lost to time, but still remaining is my personal creation. This immortalizes lost routes in the Calgary Transit bus system, allowing for a "time capsule" of sorts for bus route geeks like my friends and I.

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