I’ve got plenty of side projects that range from small experiments, helpful little tools to learning aids for new languages or frameworks. Once in a while they grow into something of their own that I want to share or at the least showcase. This list, while certainly not exhaustive, is a small showcase of those projects that I’m most proud of or get a lot of value out of daily.
Broom is a browser extension for Firefox and Chrome that lets you scrape data from a web page up into a CSV or JSON file.
Raton is a minimal RSS feed reader designed to let you read the feeds and get out of your way, packaged as a browser extension. Raton is currently in a private beta state and not quite ready for public release.
Duckware is a QA and developers dream. It records events happening on a webpage, ranging from clicks to websocket data and network requests and allows packaging it up with timestamped screen recordings to send over to developers to help hunt bugs.
transientBug is a bookmark manager designed to help solve the problem of aging and dead links.
Bones is a small, hosted Fossil-SCM repository manager.
Please Do Not Rob Fish is a small photo organization and hosting site.
Because I have no art skills beyond the bug logo.