Category Archives: Projects

Announcing MediGuest: Free Management software for Social Welfare Hostels

I’ve just released MediGuest. It’s a web-based, open-source application for the management of welfare hostels. Think of drug rehab centers, centers for alcoholics, or anywhere that may admit guests, but also supervise them in some way. Previously commercial, I’m making this available to all organisations that can benefit from it, entirely free of charge… because, […]

Projects, old and new

NOTE: See my GitHub page, for a complete list of public projects. I’ve recently taken a few projects out of storage (literally: the mountpoint is called “storage” :), and posted them on GitHub.  So, I thought I’d take a moment to point out each one.  I’m also going to get into some current projects, which […]

Game complexity, and the art of programming

Someone asked on reddit: “How lines of text (coding) can turn into beautiful, complex environments in games?” I wrote up a quick reply, which I liked enough to post here instead.  I should really take the time to write it more carefully, building the explanations, evidence, etc.  That could be a powerful read, or maybe […]