My name is Bob; Flashy Software Consultant by Day, Caffeinated Code Monkey by Night. The sole owner, proprietor, and employee at Bob Jobs, LLC. A motivated family man, punk rocker, programmer, entrepreneur, computer scientist, cook, video game designer, and lover of some things nerdy. Have been known to party from time to time.
I program because I love doing it, and I believe good software enables people to do better work in less time. I have a knack for turning written materials into streamlined applications with a central database and a clean user interface. I pride myself on efficient, well-documented, and creative code. By breaking into Full Stack Web Development and Database Design in .NET and LAMP environments, I hope to further develop my interface design and data management skills.
I am currently majoring in Computer Science at Park University. I’ll be graduating in March of 2017 and looking to cut back on
my freelance to seek full-time employment. Once I gain some industry experience, I hope to be designing Expert Systems, Simulations, Commercial Video Games, or other Artificial Intelligence applications.
A website for the local Food Not Bombs chapter in Kansas City. They serve free hot meals and distribute groceries and clothing to anyone in need every Sunday. This site utilizes the Google Maps API and a PHP contact form, as well as some moderate CSS3 for a simple, clean layout.
KYR is Kansas City based subculture photography by Cody Blanchard.
The logo was done by Steve Gardels.
A demo done in WordPress. A simple layout I only changed by hardcoding social media icons. The icons are by Guilherme Lima. The theme is Twenty Twelve, a default WordPress theme.
Banner Photo: by KYR Photogrtaphy
A database I designed in Microsoft Access for Applied Database Management at Park University. Documentation is included.
Download: Employee Database
My first .NET project, done as a semester project for Web Programming II. Each week, we completed an assignment which added functionality to the site. Some links are intentionally left broken to display custom error messages. This site was done with ASP.NET, Microsoft SQL, C#, and a little Ajax.
One of the more complicated things I’ve written in C#. The collision detection, the auto-tiling, and physics are meant to mimic The Legend of Zelda. Source code included.
Note: To run this game, you will need to install the XNA Run Time. Just unzip the file, and run “xnafx40_redist.msi”. Then, run “WindowsGame1.exe”. Move with the arrow keys.
Download: Windows Action RPG Demo (C#)
This is one of my older projects: A website for a local pizzeria. Done entirely with HTML5, CSS3, and a little PHP and MySQL on the back end.