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Software Development Portfolio

Here are a few examples, to demonstrate a little bit of our past software development work:
  • Well-Being Ideas Software Demo: A cloud-based, Web 2.0, social networking, SaaS application, adapted from the Open Source Pligg CMS (Developed while employed at a corporation)
  • Pligg CMS Contributions: I became a member of the official Pligg development team, and I was cited for significant contributions to the latest version (Contributed while employed at a corporation)
  • PTL: Web-to-Desktop Application Framework (Incomplete)
  • Walk In The Light™: Screenshot E-Mailer in Java (Incomplete)
(Many of our past software development projects are not available in our public portfolio, right now. Some projects are unavailable because we developed them for private clients, or because they are components of more complex applications.)

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