The most robust portfolio I maintain is my GitHub page; this page serves as more of a guided tour than anything else.
The single largest project I have as a public repository is Neural Audio. For an explanation, refer to this blog post or read through the award-winning digital poster. Of course, you can also dive into the code. Neural Audio was done as work for an REU at Louisiana State University’s Center for Computation and Technology.
Following that, I also have a collection of projects from various classes I’ve taken. They cover a variety of things: quite a lot of small iOS apps;1 a bit of Windows development in C#; some Ruby on Rails; a dash of PHP; and, of course, some good old-fashioned HTML and CSS.
If you have any other questions, feel free to contact me directly – it’s just my first name at twoeighty.net.
- I am currently working on an iOS app slated for release on the App Store, and have opted to keep the code in a private repository. If you’re interested in seeing the code and design documents, please contact me directly. ↩
- Unfortunately, all the A/V work I do is under severe copyright restrictions, and I’m not able to share anything here. Examples may be available upon request, however. ↩