My name is Bob; motivated family man, punk rocker, programmer, and lover of some things nerdy. I am the sole owner, proprietor, and employee at Bob Jobs, LLC. I have been known to party from time to time.
I am currently majoring in Computer Science at Park University. I’ll be graduating in August of 2017 and am currently working as a Support Programmer at Builder Designs. Once I gain some industry experience, I hope to be designing Expert Systems, Simulations, Commercial Video Games, or other Artificial Intelligence applications.
I was pretty disappointed to find out that there was no open-source version of this functionality. So, I set aside a weekend to make it happen. The interface is completely styled through CSS, so a designer could customize this.
To implement this on sites with other fixed position elements, the modal content must have a higher z-index than other elements on the page.
A website for the local Food Not Bombs chapter in Kansas City. They serve free hot meals and distribute groceries and clothing to anyone in need every Sunday. This site utilizes the Google Maps API and a PHP contact form, as well as some moderate CSS3 for a simple, clean layout. It is built on a custom LAMP stack which utilizes Webmin for server administration on top of Ubuntu.
KYR is Kansas City based subculture photography by Cody Blanchard.
The logo was done by Steve Gardels.
A database I designed in Microsoft Access for Applied Database Management at Park University. Documentation is included.
Download: Employee Database
One of the more complicated things I’ve written in C#. The collision detection, the auto-tiling, and physics are meant to mimic The Legend of Zelda. Source code included.
Note: To run this game, you will need to install the XNA Run Time. Just unzip the file, and run “xnafx40_redist.msi”. Then, run “WindowsGame1.exe”. Move with the arrow keys.
Download: Windows Action RPG Demo (C#)