Years of experience in developing enterprise applications for start-ups to fortune 500 companies, as well as, contributions to a number of open source projects. This portfolio references some of the applications that have been developed and published.
It’s a Friday night in downtown Seattle. The sounds of squawk, wonks, and beep erupt from the glow of neon lights on a monitor sitting near the street corner cafe. People gather around the monitor waving. A person in front of the monitor presses buttons and moves a joy stick. The machine looks and sounds … Continue reading Innovation can be found in Gov 2.0
How it seems the most unlikely of events to see two worlds collide. Government and Open source software. Government has always been considered closed and mysterious collecting all sorts of information on its citizens. Open source software, on the other hand, with its progressive mantra of software should be free including the source code. In the … Continue reading Government Transparency and Open Source Software
Many moons ago, in the span of software development, I had built out a quick template of code using the latest and greatest frameworks at the time. This chapter in time was a set of java based frameworks to build a web application. In the need to know circle, I was using Spring for dependency … Continue reading Evolution of the Internet
Overlap2d is a nice little alpha project as of this writing that allows designers and developers work together to put together games leveraging libGDX, Box2d. The goal is to show how to create a new project using the libGDX wizard and then make the necessary configuration changes to the project to incorporate the Overlap2D runtimes, … Continue reading Overlap2d Project setup