My Projects

Here’s a list of dumb stuff I’ve built!

Squeaky Wheel:

Originally conceived as a sort of bug reporting platform for all of life’s annoyances, it slowly turned into something… different, and harder to explain.  Built in Meteor in early 2015, this is a demo version hosted on meteor.com; if no one is using it (and I don’t see why anyone would be), you might have to ping it a couple times before it wakes up.  You can find more technical info here.

goly

A goal-keeping / habit-forming application based on my own best-practices for goal keeping.  There’s nothing particularly special about this app compared to the thousands or so other similar applications out there, but it was a good excuse for me to get familiar with iOS development and building APIs in Flask.

The goly iOS app, written in Swift, is available for free on the app store!  Nothing separates this app from the pack, for sure, but I did write it and it should work (at least, I use it, and it works for me)!  This app could definitely use a solid once-over with usability in mind, and maybe a twice-over with elegance and design in mind… but since I’m not expecting people to ever really use it, I’m not too worried about it.  Feel free to check it out and give me any feedback.  Especially if there are any bugs… Oh, and I implemented the yes/no swiping myself.   Logo design by my good friends over at Sweeetgum Creative.

An API built in Python Flask, using SQLAlchemy, Alembic, and probably some other stuff, is available on GitHub, which could eventually be used as a back-end for cloud storage and social sharing of goals, but I don’t know if I’ll ever get around to deploying that and hooking the two together.

So ends the list

But I’m always working on something!

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