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Below are my four main areas of expertise. I'm confident I can handle just about anything thrown at me from these categories and their related technologies. If you have a project you'd like completed but don't see it's category listed, feel free to message me about it anyway. Chances are I can do it or can get you in contact with someone who can.
Proof of Concepts
A proof of concept built to be built upon. Take it to the investment pitch, hand it off to a developer.
Lightweight, intelligent, clean appearance. But enough about me, the apps are fine too.
A hobby-turned-profession. Give me any geospatial data and I'm sure I can find my way around it.
What makes a Pat a Pat? Lets find out!
Development is a passion of mine, and as such I enjoy keeping up-to-date with the latest technologies and trends. Currently, the thing I'm looking into is AI-assisted services as well as the Metaverse.
A lot of my work is done remote, so I'm quite comfortable working without constant contact or massive amounts of direction, as well as giving timely updates of my progress. When I'm in the office, I keep it serious enough to get the job done, but not so serious that you'll try to avoid my desk. I have yet to be part of a team where I didn't fit in.
If you're one of those fancy folk who want to know more about a person other than just their marketable skills, congratulations. Other than programming, I have recently come to enjoy woodworking as well as general handyman-ing. Recent projects include replacing a missing section of a floor, some emergency pluming repairs, and refitting a few doors.
Cups of coffee
Last updated: 2019-10-09
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Most Recent Projects
Below are the five most recent project that I've worked on. A lot of the projects I work on are of a confidential nature, some due to their fancy trade secrets and some being locked behind client-only logins. Trust me though, they're pretty cool.
Some of my favourite personal projects. Many were made to simplify a task I found myself doing over and over again, and some were made just for fun.
Create points on the map by clicking, then automatically fetch the address for those points. Useful for creating testing/demo gps data.
Paste a list of lat lng sets and visualizer their locations on the map. Useful for making sense of GPS readouts.
A personal challenge to see how much data I could gather from an IP. You can also allow location access to see how much more information is available.
A semi-personal Minecraft server. It’s open to the public, but not advertised. Feel free to play on it!
Made as a personal speed challenge, a professor got sidetracked while introducing an assignment which required tallying. I completed this before they completed their tangent.
"Pat has worked with us since 2015 on User Interface development. The quality of his deliverables are consistently outstanding - always exceeding expectations both in form and function. His work continually demonstrates a masterly combination of artistic design and workable, reusable code. Pat works well with others and has become a valued member of our team. His work ethic, in terms of attendance and promptness has always been excellent. "
"Pat has worked with me in various projects and his work is always top notch. It is a pleasure to both work with him, and watch how he handles all manners of problems and come up with solutions in a quick fashion."
"I've been working with Pat for a few years now and he's been a great web developer. He's always willing to work on anything I ask him, and can handle any project thrown at him. It's rare to find someone so reliable these days. "
"Pat is an amazing developer. I've been working with him for over a year and he's always been able to deliver the best quality of work. He's also one of the most personable developers I know and is always willing to help out when needed. "