Welcome to this site. This page contains links to things I have developed
over the years or have found to be of interest.
- An Enigma machine simulator - I wrote this Java
applet as a senior in college for a class on cryptology. It was later
submitted as an entry in the ACM's
Quest for Java '97 contest. It won
second place. It has also been selected as an editor's choice for
Bonus.com (defunct). It has been featured on
numerous sites including Bletchey
Park at one point. It has been used in geocaching puzzles. I have made a
revision that allows for cutting and
pasting of the plain text and encoded text.
- Grapher - A graphing calculator modeled after the
TI-81. I wrote this java applet in grad school to submit as an entry in the
ACM's quest for Java '98 contest.
It won an honorable mention. Since then, I have made a
revision that allows for up to 4 functions
to be graphed simultaneously.
Open Source Projects
- FreePOPs - I am significant
contributor for this project. The project is a 2004 winner of the
Contest. FreePOPs is a POP3 server for webmail providers. The software
allows one to use their email clients to read mail from providers like
Hotmail and Yahoo. I have developed the modules for
yahoo.com, and the
plugin updater. If you have any questions
about my work or anything else related to the program, please check out the
Websites that I have designed or developed
- Hardball Dollars (Defunct) - A baseball blog and reference
site containing salary and payroll information for all 30 MLB teams. The site
breaks the payroll down into luxury tax dollar values and actual dollars values.
It is considered one of the leading salary sites.
- Genesis Adventures - An
endurance sports promotion company.
- Outdoor Adventure TV (Defunct) -
A site dedicated to selling video content of endurance sports events.
- Wildcat Epic Bike Race -
A site representing a 4 day mountain biking race in the Catskill Mountains.