Tag Archives: php
By Tony | Published: August 17, 2009
Working with API’s such as Twitter from your local machine can be a pain. A problem that comes up is Twitter does not let you set your callback URL to hit your localhost. If you are working with OAuth on your local machine and want to test the user authorization flow, you are screwed. [...]
Peaks Over Poverty seeks to bring rural people and outdoor enthusiasts together to promote healthy living and the conservation of mountain resources. I am developed a website that will let their climbers raise money online and blog about their climbing experiences.
I served as a PHP consultant for six months working on various bugs and feature requests for the popular Alternet website.
I helped Get College Credit fix some critical issues with their Facebook application.
I was the lead developer on the Tunepost website, a Total Music creation. Besides the ability to search for, rate, and share music, users could easily maintain their playlists. They also could stream music in a pop-out player and conveniently control the player from a “remote control” embedded on the website.
Your Daily Song Fix is my music blog that features a new song every day. It focuses on underplayed, forgotten, and unknown music.
Laini Nemett is an extremely talented artist who has spent the last few years painting her interpretations of life in Barcelona, Spain. This website shows off her great work.
I wrote scripts to look at over 2 million MySpace pages and extract data about over 80,000 bands on MySpace.
While under employment with Ruckus Networks, I implemented an administration website for the College Television Awards. This included maintaining a video entry database and judging system.
By Tony | Published: June 15, 2008
UPDATE (05/14/2009) I spent a few hours checking out some new syntax highlighter plugins. The best I found was Syntax Highlighter and Code Prettifier Plugin for WordPress. I tried it for a few days, but it loads extremely slow and the styling is not inline (therefore your RSS feeds will not look pretty). [...]