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Writing software applications for mobile devices is currently an area I’m most interested in. Sure, I’ve written stuff for the Microsoft Windows operating system — but now I’m diving in to Google’s Andriod platform!
However, just so that some of my more vintage visitors don’t get upset, I’ve listed some of my previous work on Windows too — some of which will soon be ported (I hope) in some form to Android… But it’s early days…
Creating websites and building online communities has long been a great tool for me to learn and share various ideas with others. Hell, I wouldn’t have been inspired to rebuild and drag this website into a coherant structure if I didn’t think that maybe somewhere here there is something for someone else to take advantage of. So here you will find a whole host of design templates, CGI modules, scripts, databases and much much more to wet your appetite for webmastery!