I don’t just sit on my hands in my spare time. I’m always actively working with the community and releasing tools for my, and everyone elses benefit. The following is a selection of some of the most notable contributions I’ve made so far.
Ahh GEdit, the swiss army knife of the linux world. This handy application provides developers with the tools needed to write applications in countless programming languages while remaining easy to use and quick to load.
One feature it doesn’t support out of the box is switching tabs with CTRL+Tab. This issue is now a thing of the past with my tab-switching plugin!
Doctrine is quickly becoming the ORM of choice for most heavy duty web development projects and even comes standard in some of the more popular PHP frameworks like Symfony. I wanted to bring that functionality to Kohana users.
Here are my modules to integrate both Doctrine 1 and Doctrine 2 (complete with Auth and Session drivers) into Kohana 3.
It caught me a bit off guard how much attention this post received so I guess it’s only fitting it makes this list. As the name suggests, this is a script to upload files to Amazon S3 with Uploadify – a common trick used to lower bandwidth costs by securely allowing visitors to upload directly to S3 rather than going through your server.
When you have a large number of MySQL databases on a web server you want to know those databases are sufficiently backed up in the case of a catastrophic server failure. Cloud Database Backup is a tool that allows MySQL databases to be backed up to a variety of cloud services so you’ll never have to worry again.
WP-Syntax is a great plugin for WordPress supporting a large number of languages. In a few posts on this site I wanted to highlight various lines in code blocks however discovered WP-Syntax didn’t at the time support this functionality. With a bit of tweaking it was easily added and these changes were later integrated into the plugin itself.