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Along with résumés, every respectable web developer has an awesome portfolio. I wish I could say mine is awesome, but for now it's not too bad. I've made some pretty good sites in my short history as a web designer; good because they performed the function for which they were designed. So here is my showcase for the world. The sites that are no longer active have been archived (tar.Z) and pulled from their servers. I've actually designed (and run) more sites than what are shown, but because of some privacy issuses I have removed them.


My latest project is a whole server! Along with my co-webmaster Erick Beck, we setup the CIS Test Server to test various tools, views, and web tricks. This server has now been reclaimed and is no longer running.


I started CISPC after I began collecting many more documents than I could handle at my previous position in CIS. When I (or anyone else) wanted historic data that I had produced I was at a lost to give it to them. Thus was born the CIS Production Control web site. It is now an archive. All data is presented without any guarantee of accuracy - I'm sure it is all out dated by now.

IMPORTANT: Most browsers should give you the option of saving or opening this file. You should save it to your harddrive then run your unzip program on it. I tested it with WinUnzip and it worked. Click here to download CISPC.


My web design career started with the Siems Home Page on trinity.tamu.edu, back when I was a nuclear engineering graduate student. I didn't archive the older versions, but the last one is now all bundled up and ready to go. I sure most of the information is out-of-date by now so you are hereby warned in advance.

IMPORTANT: Most browsers should give you the option of saving or opening this file. You should save it to your harddrive then run your unzip program on it. I tested it with WinUnzip and it worked. Click here to download SHP 1.0.

 
Updated: 05.28.2020