Outside of Uni. I have interests in Art and photography, also I have recently been experimenting a variety of programming languages, such as Python, PHP and lisp.
This page will show a few of my experiments, and eventually some of my artwork and photographs as well as other snippets of my life away from university.
Below are a few of the projects I have experimented with;
- 9th April 2003; - Again, another very geeky / Star trek inspired feature ... Make your very own Starship out of a floppy disk!
- 3rd April 2003; QuoteCode released - Finaly, after popular demand, the explanation of the QuoteCode (first developed on the 30th October last year) - Take a quote from the user, store it in a file, using the lines of the file as the structure. Then display a random quote from that file on any page of your website.
- 17th March 2003; ShoutBox 2.0 released - ShoutBox display, now stops any long words entered from breaking your design, and validates urls. For other improvements see the bug fix report.
- [I have been doing other things since November... really! I am a very busy girl]
- 2nd November 2002; er... this project is quite like the random quotes generator ... only slightly more geeky!
- 30th October 2002; A further delve into the world of PHP, and a random quotes generator emerges. It is now possible to enter a quote to a database of possibilites for the generator, which then displays one quote at random. Security methods such as triming whitespace, and a restriction of characters and HTML, were also employed within the code.
- 28th October 2002; My first ever PHP program was a ShoutBox application which takes a message from the user and displays it, along with the 9 other, most recent messages. There is an option to view all the other entries (most recent first), and for security the message entered is striped of all HTML tags and restricted to 100 characters