Most of the software development projects that I’ve been working on lately are things that I use internally, either in support of my video production business or automation projects for personal projects. The majority of these are published as open source projects, especially if I think they might be of interest to others, so be sure to check me out on GitHub and peruse my public repos.
I also spend some of my development time supporting websites for myself and a few clients. Here are a few examples of sites that I’ve created and currently maintain:
- kenlowrie.com (this site)
- klowrie.net (my online portfolio site)
- cloudylogic.com (my production company website)
- buddyvargas.com (a local musician’s website)
- grcpaaa.com (local non-profit website)
Another area that I enjoy spending time on is what I would most closely relate to as DevOps; that is, combining software development with aspects of IT for the purpose of automation of common tasks such as deployment of software packages, configuration, or simply automation of the mundane tasks that are time-consuming, error prone or both when done manually.
And I also enjoy configuring new domains, servers and web servers as well as helping clients install and configure the same so that they can be self reliant. This logically extends into providing help with the installation and configuration of network services such as email, project management, databases and others, including but not limited to CMS applications such as WordPress.
As I mentioned over on the Media Production page, a couple of years ago I made some cheesy videos to provide insight into my background and expertise, and I still believe they give a pretty good overview of what I can bring to the table for your project. Here’s the one I made for software development:
Hopefully that gave you some insight on my software development background, and if you’d like to learn more about my video production and/or photography expertise, please visit my media production page.