Kerbalnet was a project designed to fill a missing void in the Kerbal Space Program community. We wanted
to help the community grow and it seemed like the best way to put our skills to use. As of the 0.18 update Squad has
maintained their own (official) mod site for the game.
Kerbalnet can be found at http://kerbal.net/ and will continue to
operate in the near future. At the time of writing the site has been live for 97 days, has a total of 202 mods that have
been downloaded 301,304 times to an average of 0.89 downloads per minute. There are 787 registered users and 237,186
unique visitors have been recorded.
A friend of mine had a massive surplus of bandwidth and storage in some of his servers and he wanted a way to use it up.
He asked me to make a file hosting site and elpisupload was born.
The site underwent a big design change with the help of Gabriele Cirulli. The back-end remained the same.
RANDOM COLOUR GENERATOR
One of my first public projects was a random colour
generator. It generated a random hex code and was intended to be used for design inspiration. If you couldn't
think of what the structure was going to be you could at least get a kick start with some colour ideas.
The service also offered a downloadable .png of the generated hex, the equivilent RGB code, quick HTML and CSS code
for implimenting the colour, a listing of the top colours, input space to enter your own hex, random messages to keep
yourself entertained whilst refreshing and a special easter egg!
The Moora Motel website was the second 'freelance' website I ever made (still 14) which was after the success of the
Cafe Panini website. This website was a much simpler job though and was just a single page of images and infomation.
The site took me about two hours to build. You can check it out for yourself
EXCEL SQL (INSERT)
Excel SQL Insert was the first in what was supposed to be a series of Office Excel to SQL query translators. The program
generated Excel ready field code based on the headings (field names) and then the starting column value (A3, B2, E16, etc).
You can find the tool here and try it
out for yourself.