Playing around with Angular. I haven't really created a project until now because I see enough of Angular at work. This little application is simple enough for now. It displays the globe (albeit in 2D form) along with a bunch of randomly generated objects flying around (UFOs, interceptors, bases, etc). I'm particularly invested in maximizing performance from the browser, which involves a lot of architectural tweaking.Live Project
I've found work down in Melbourne, Florida. FTC is a federal contracting company for the Veteran's Affairs Department, specifically to update health systems.
Going to test my skills exclusively on Spring this break. Update: I'm working to create a server that takes image files uploaded through a form, processes them (cutting them into segments and saving as files), and shows the user a js cube with the segments on the corresponding sides. Update: Those basics are complete, but I also need to get the Spring app live on a docker image and bring in user logins, Spring Security, and a payment system. After all of that, some more backend stuff (alongside some scheduled maintenance tasks) must be written.
I've upgraded my server with an image that can process php (going from 28MB to 743MB). I rewrote my entire site taking advantage of PHP. These project sections are now stored in a local SQLite DB, which is accessed by PHP to yield dynamic pages. I also added and Ace editor that will display code easily and cleanly. I've never really worked with PHP, so getting this entire transition done inside of a day is pretty exciting. Finally, I cleaned out the server directories of old files and code (the old one was getting quite cluttered).6176659928 701-220-8106 specter-haunted