Listed here are various projects that I’ve undertaken and that I’m laying out here for you to do with what you will. These are provided as is, no warranty, no guarantee, no promises.
For the most up-to-date list of what I’m working on, visit my github page: https://github.com/mmzyk
A service to check the final destination of a url, after all redirects have been followed. Based off of John Nunemaker’s example.
github source: https://github.com/mmzyk/redirect_destination
A simple program to take a list of people and create a Christmas giving list, while factoring in restrictions on whom should be paired with whom.
github source: https://github.com/mmzyk/Christmas-List
A website and Twitter feed designed to allow people to tweet encouragement. This is a project worked on for More Better Labs, as a way of promoting their application, Ruzuku. More information about the project can be found on the original blog post I wrote about it. The source code can be found github: http://github.com/mmzyk/getencouraged.
The Unofficial Lulu.com Search Bar
A project I undertook on my own time, not on company time, so if anything is wrong with it, I’m to blame. This is not supported by Lulu.com in any way. It is just a Firefox search bar that I put together during a free evening, so now you can have Lulu up in the corner, along with Google, Amazon, etc. for all your searching needs.
Be warned: It’s an ugly page, because I’m a programmer, not a graphic designer, so no drop shadows included.