Here, you'll find information about all of the projects I've worked on in the past. You'll also find details about the software my clients have hired me to make, including a rough overview of the work I was tasked with and any external links.
Streamcord is a popular Discord bot in over 300, 000 Discord servers providing users with useful tools to improve their Twitch experience. During my time working at Streamcord, I've worked on updating existing and adding new features to the bot itself as well as created new services from the ground up that provide better stability, easier management and a more pleasant experience to the bot.March 2021
I worked with Oliver to produce a bespoke website that announced his presence to the world. I also design and built his blog, a file sharing service and a dashboard to control it all.February 2021
A company called Nooder Holdings hired me to built them a website to display one of their projects: a Discord bot called Nooder. This was a simple project that was finished within a couple of days.December 2020
Captain is a Discord bot that aims to provide specialised moderation and server management tools to the staff of servers with unconventional management needs. Despite this, the bot is designed to remain as user friendly as possible. It features a builtin dashboard with a crisp design that's easy on the eyes as well as pre-made configuration files that make it easy to setup for less experienced users.August 2020
PiStat is a small and simple web dashboard that will track and display information about the host machine. Examples of the information shown include CPU and memory usage, local and external IP addresses and disk usage. Though originally intended to be ran on a Raspberry Pi, PiStat can run on any Linux machine perfectly fine.June 2020
Imago was a ShareX file uploader and URL shortener that I created to serve my own needs in the past. It was designed to have an attractive and user-friendly dashboard as well as administrator access to management features like creating new users (with their own username, passwords and access tokens) and deleting a user's files or shortened URLs.March 2020