donproject -> coding
donproject -> coding

I have made a lot of code in my time. It has mostly worked and some of it sort of looks okay. I hope to collect my work here so someone will stumble across it and pay me a million dollars to save the world with computer code or something.

Transformations (web app in Javascript/jQuery, CSS, HTML):
I re-programmed an old game I made in Visual Basic at some summer conference about computer animation. It's a game to help students practice their knowledge of coordinate transformations.
Source code: GitHub.

Grading Curve Calculator (web app in Javascript/jQuery, CSS, HTML):
I needed some nice looking graphs for my class so I can show students how they did on tests. I employed my fancy new CSS/HTML/jQuery skills to make that happen.
Source code available by viewing the source of the page!

Racing Game (web app in Javascript/jQuery, CSS, HTML):
I took a class in spring of 2015 on HTML/CSS/jQuery. I do that when I think about career change. It was part one of a four-part path to becoming a programmer. But do I really want to do that? CAN I really do that now that I'm old. This game is a good indicator that maybe I shouldn't. I got a good grade on this, though.
Source code: GitHub.

jQuery RPG (web app in Javascript/jQuery, CSS, HTML):
This web app was featured on the site that hosts the school as a thing that people can make when they take this class. So I guess that's good. I tried to be funny, as well. Maybe I could be a programmer after all if I just worked hard at it? So, no, then.
Source code: GitHub.

Crayons (web app in Javascript/jQuery, CSS, HTML):
More of my work from the class I took. This is an exploration of sorting principles. I wanted to know how to sort by color, so I spent a lot of time figuring that out. The animation is pretty bad so I didn't get a spectacular grade on this one.
Source code: GitHub.

2-3-4-5 (web app in Javascript/jQuery, HTML):
I gave a challenging extra credit problem for students that asked them to find the lowest number that cannot be created by using the numbers 2, 3, 4, and 5, and any parentheses, addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division. None of my colleagues or I has an easy answer, so I brute forced it using some jQuery. This is how I spend my breaks.
Source code available by viewing source.

Seating Chart Maker (web app in Javascript/jQuery, CSS, HTML):
I'm working on a simple seating chart maker. Well, I have big plans for it (seating by demographic, preferential seating, etc.), but lost motivation a bit, so it might never get done. Right now, it's just a basic randomizer of whatever names you type in.
Source code available by viewing source.