This is a summary of open-source projects I've been involved with. For closed-source projects, you might find some stories in my blog or summaries on my about page.
Some projects from my jobs are open source. They might be business-specific, but they still are a great example of how myself and the team were solving business problems…
A BOSH release for deploying a customizable stack of Elasticsearch+Logstash+Kibana to ingest, parse, and review log messages from a variety of sources.
- Logging logging and Finding Bottlenecks (2014-11-14)
A BOSH release to help centralize logs from any other BOSH deployment, forwarding and parsing them in a central logging service like logsearch.
A bot used to automate third-party desktop applications from web applications in order to assist in business processes.
- Sending Work from a Web Application to Desktop Applications (2015-02-21)
A BOSH release to easily manage and deploy an OpenVPN server capable of securing networks to and from clients.
- New BOSH Release for OpenVPN (2015-06-03)
I also like tinkering with ideas and seeing where they end up. Some of my work ends up on GitHub and these are a few of my personal favorites…
Some tools to support a unified management strategy of BOSH+AWS environments.
- Simplifying My BOSH-related Workflows (2014-09-17)
A browser client for debugging server-side code (like PHP) without an IDE.
- ti-debug: For Debugging Server Code in the Browser (2013-05-16)
PHP Diff Engine
A language-aware diff engine for changes in PHP classes/interfaces/functions over time.
- Comparing PHP Application Definitions (2013-03-07)
CLI for OpenGrok
Command line interface (à la
grep) for getting results from an OpenGrok server.
- OpenGrok Cli (2013-01-21)
I would not and could not be the developer I am without the time others have invested in publishing open source software. For my modest part, I've been able to contribute back to…