I worked as team lead for the 1.0 version of Hipster, a photo sharing app. It has had a good amount of news coverage since its release (see All Things D Article). I was a contractor, so I'm no longer connected with Hipster's development, but it was an awesome experience.
A web app for college students who want to communicate and collaborate on schoolwork.
Over the last few weeks I've been thinking about fun alternatives to online chat. One of the more interesting ideas is having an actual space to move around in. Open Forum is an experiment that maps conversations to 2D space.
Slide Mirror is a platform for creating, presenting, and distributing slideshows on the Web.
This project comes from the dearth of absolutely basic progress managers. It doesn't do much, but it works well as a in progress/todo list. Eventually, I might make this a local webapp that syncs with a couch in the cloud to keep it updated..we'll see where it ends up.
A library for dealing with card games (cards.rb), with two versions of Goofspiel: a local one, and a Sinatra-powered web app. Wikipedia
Open source dropzone management. Still pre-alpha quality.
The Movie Database was a project for my database class in 2009. The point was to create a working database model for a simple data set. I chose to use my movie collection.
A little Sinatra app that calculates how long before you will be devoured by raptors. See http://xkcd.com/135/
Simple implementation of Conway's Game of Life. Computes states server-side.
My first complete project. A checkers game written in java with a pretty legitimate AI. It's for sale at tranquilapps.com, and I've managed to sell over a hundred copies.
A game I built with core animation for OS X in early 2008.