Most of my projects are client work and under NDA. If I have free time, I hack on random things
- JiraTabs – I have a particular Jira workflow when I’m triaging and assigning to team members. This bookmarklet lets me open every Jira in view in a new tab to power through them faster
- DoneCancelNumberPadToolbar – Adds Done and Cancel buttons to an iPhone Number Pad. Was my first experience adding to CocoaPods
- JsonEndpoint – We needed fast and dirty JSON mocking for a project at work. Apiary didn't exist yet, so I rolled a quick one
- Magento Callstack – A helper extension to aid in debugging Magento
- PythonistaTrello – Used to add cards to Trello using Launch Center Pro and Pythonista. Tutorial here
- Dot files – My config for oh-my-zsh.
- casey.coffee – Quick fun site I threw together for Casey Liss and to try deploying static or php to Heroku
- Inbox Zero Macros – The macros for both windows and Mac that help me keep Inbox Zero
- JsonLint for Alfred – Part of how I Format JSON and save to gist with Alfred
- django-solr-demo – An introduction to using Solr with django
- django-admin-remainingcharacters – Django package to show the remaining characters on a field in the admin
- django-admin-preview – Django package to enable inline template previews of a model in a list view in the admin
- broder.us – A fun little website I threw together for my wedding
Launched Side Projects that are now deceased:
- Twitter2Gtalk – I started this at an AppEngine hackathon the Google hosted years ago. It ran until I hit my limit on the free tier (about 10,000 users). I shudder to look at the code to this.
- SimpleWod – I started a site to keep track of workouts I was doing. I had about 20 friends beta testing it. Then Beyond The Whiteboard came out and it was doing everything we would need
- ReaderFollow – When Google removed comments from Google Reader, I built this to hold the comments. I had a pretty hardcore group of Reader friends. It was a combination of a Greasmonkey script and a Django backend that let my friends and I continue to comment. It had about 500 users when Google shut down reader entirely. I thought about building a full RSS service. But seeing what FeedBin was doing got me excited about that.
- Beyond The Whiteboard 2 RSS – Used to create an RSS feed from your workout entries on <https: beyondthewhiteboard.com=""> on AppEngine.
- Took it down after the BTWB redesign. I had a few hundred users for fun.
See my Github for more