By the existence of this site alone, it should be clear that I do a bit o' dabblin' in the arcane arts of web development (and to a much, much lesser extent, iOS development). Here, you can find links to some of the projects I've made.
Worth note that as of the creation of these page, none of these apps have been updated in a hot minute, soooooo... they may or may not function correctly.
Also—because I'm still bitter about it—the eDIVO app on the App Store? The Navy paid $250,000.00 to develop it. There's no comma/decimal error there: TWO HUNDRED FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS. All for a shitty UI with archived webpages from NPC and other generic content.
Annai - When I got stationed in Japan, my sponsor ended up being terrible and the entire experience sucked. I built Annai (Japanese for "guide") to help others in the same boat maybe avoid the same fate.
Muster PO - Built this as a better way of tracking musters for various events and whatever for Navy events.
SafariFinder - I've played Pokémon since the days of OG Red/Blue/Yellow. With Pokémon X and Y, they introduced Friend Safaris as a thing, but didn't make it easy to find people to trade with; I built this to help bridge the gap.
Generally speaking, if you're looking for someone with experience in HTML, CSS, PHP, and MySQL... I'm your dude.
AvengerMOBILE - One of the commands I've served at wanted a means of being able to send SMS messages en masse to the crew, but weren't too savvy on paying $18,000+ per year for the privilege. Sooooooooo... I built an in-house solution for them that leverages the power of carrier SMS gateways.
block43.net - Made this as a random hobby project to let people post and share their block 43 inputs. For those of you not in the know, block 43 is where you go and spout nonsense about the accomplishments over the past year of your time in the Navy.
Technical writing is the act of writing up simplified documentation derived from complex source material so that others can better practice the craft of... whatever the hell it is you're writing about.
RAMPS Setup with Marlin Installation - There was a time when I was obsessed with 3D printing. And back when I got into it in 2015, the documentation for getting started with the hobby was a bit lacking, so I took information from various sources and distilled it into this guide.