|Jose Rainulf Pineda|
Hey, it's me!
|IRC||_Rainulf (/join #rainulf)|
|Seneca||jrpineda (at) learn seneca|
|Gmail (preferred)||rainulf1 (at) gmail.com|
- 1 Current courses
- 2 Personal Projects
- 3 External links
OOP344 - Object Oriented Programming II Using C++ , (Introduction to Open Source)
- Further information: OOP344
DBS301 - Database Design II and SQL using Oracle
- Further information: DBS301
INT322 - Internet II - Web Programming on UNIX
- Further information: INT322
SYS366 - Requirements Gathering using OO Models
- Further information: SYS366
CPP100 - CO-OP Professional Theory
- Further information: CPP100
Custom CMS for rainulf.ca
I keep rewriting this depending on how I feel about it, so I can't really tell much about its backend design because it changes all the time. lol But if you're curious on what I have so far, check the following out:
- Demo: http://rainulf.ca/
- Source code: http://code.google.com/p/rainulf/source/browse/#svn/trunk
I'm using a free template, I'm not good at designing, but the PHP script is fully coded by me. There is no administration panel yet, and I don't think there ever will. I run SQL queries to insert a post. lol
The script is also open source and its source code is available for everyone.
This is perhaps the most advanced PHP script I've coded so far. The script is closed source because it was a paid project. As its name may suggest, it's a web (PHP) application for Twitter.
What the script should do is connect to Twitter.com and authenticate the user.
The script should have the ability to remotely control user's Twitter account - such as posting, deleting posts, viewing friends list, following and unfollowing people, etc.
The script do more than just that, if you want more info about it or you're interested, please contact me.
All in all, that's all the personal projects I've had. They may not be much but I've certainly enjoyed every hour of it at developing each of these.
I plan to develop more web applications at different platforms and languages such as Python, Ruby on Rails and more in the future.