Alpha Gamma
Blue Ridge Brewery
CMAC Engineering
College Pretest
Dan Maples Course
Durty Nellys
Forest Creek
Greene Hills Club
Guyan Investment
Indian Valley
Jimmy Clay
Keswick Club
Lake Winds
Leland Financial
Mel's Café
MOMAC Used Car
Morris Williams
Nicee's House
Rees Jones Course
Register Plus
Royal Virginia
Stoney Creek
Triangle Insurance
Walnut Creek
Willard Byrd Course

Private Industry Projects

Alpha Gamma - A Visual Basic 3.0 small business accounting package for Alpha Gamma in Raleigh, North Carolina. These were guys I knew from Radian. This project was underfunded and never completed.

Birdwood Golf Course - The University of Virginia home course in Charlottesville, VA. This course is a real treat. Long and wide open, it's a great challenge and fun to play.

Blue Ridge Brewery - A redesign of the Blue Ridge Brewery website. They sold out before I had a chance to implement. The new restaurant is called Starr Hill.

CharlottesvilleVA - A portal for Charlottesville, Virginia. My partner had the website and wanted to sell a simple ad page. I talked her into a full portal.

CMAC Engineering - I play golf with the president of the company. Redesigned their site after a Myrtle Beach golf trip in 1998.

College Pretest - This is a program that ran on a TRS-80 positioned in a local mall. It contained a series of computerized algebra tests and collected the results. Chaffey was trying to drum up some enthusiasm.

Dan Maples Course - The Dan Maples Course at Sea Trail Plantation in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Durty Nellys - The best subs in town are made at Dürty Nellys and the Wayside Deli. Every Tuesday is Tim and Steve night.

Forest Creek Golf Club - A public golf course in Austin, Texas. They have radio communications on their golf carts. They radioed us to bring the cart back after sneaking two extra holes.

Greene Hills Club - Greene Hills is a semi-private course in Greene County north of Charlottesville. Some of the best players in the area showup for the Greene Hills mid-week money ball game.

Guyan Investment - A Visual Basic 3.0 Solomon IV Rapid Development Toolkit partner application. Interface with the Solomon IV Accounting package to manage accounts in a private investment company.

Hancock Municipal Golf Course - Established in 1899, Hancock is the oldest public golf course west of the Mississippi. This nine hole layout has three excellent holes. Perhaps the three best public golf holes in Austin. Number 2 is a dogleg left around trees, over a creek, and up the side of a hill. Number 3 has a vertigo tee shot down and over the creek leaving a short iron to a St. Andrews type green. Number 5 is a narrow uphill hole to what might be the smallest green in the world.

Indian Valley - Indian Valley Golf Course on the Haw River in Burlington, North Carolina.

Jimmy Clay Municipal Golf Course - A well-manicured municipal course in Austin, Texas. It cost me $15.50 to play all day on Sunday. In January. Wearing shorts.

Keswick Club - Keswick Club is a private facility with hotel and golf club. They host a Teardrop tour event every summer.

Lake Winds - Lake Winds is my favorite course in North Carolina. A great layout. Every hole has something to offer. These pictures are not the best. My camera focus was incorrect and they were burning leaves that day. The course deserves better.

Leland Financial - Kent Merritt, the president of Leland Financial, agreed to a four hour project. The output of the project was a hierarchical website outline with online forms and email submission. Information was also provided on internet publishing and search engine registration. Kent Merritt called my work "shit" and refused to pay the invoice. You can read our email messages and see for yourself.

Lions Municipal Golf Couse - One of the oldest municipal golf courses in Austin. I heard that Ben Crenshaw and Tom Kite and Mark Brooks played here as kids. Tight and short, the course has some nice holes. Number 16 is famous for taking Ben Hogan for nine strokes.

Meadowcreek - Meadowcreek Golf Course is my local course. The only public course in Charlottesville gets plenty of play. They bought a web site from me, but I don't like the design. I like my simple one much more.

Mel's Café - My first web page. I learned all about tables during this project.

MOMAC Used Car - A small business accounting package to track and report automobile sales.

Morris Williams Municipal Golf Course - A challenging course in Austin, Texas, across from the old airport. The greens are heavily contoured and very fast.

Nicee's House of Love - Nicee's House of Love collects and distributes money and goods to terminally ill children at local hospitals.

Rees Jones Course - The Rees Jones Course at Sea Trail Plantation in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Register Plus - A Visual Basic 3.0 Solomon IV Rapid Development Toolkit partner application. Interface with the Solomon IV Accounting package to manage a point-of-sale system. Controlled cash register, invoice/receipt printer, and nightly modem updates.

Royal Virginia - Royal Virginia Golf Course in Hadensville, Virginia.

Stoney Creek - Stoney Creek at Wintergreen is at the bottom of the mountain and has 27 holes of golf.

Tintmaster - Tintmaster is operated by my neighbor, Maurice Fuller, and was my second web page. We got the picture from a CD I got in the mail.

Triangle Insurance - A Clipper 5.0 small business application to track school registration. The application handles the input and reporting of students, teachers, and classes.

Walnut Creek - Walnut Creek Park is a public park managed by Albemarly county in Virginia. It provides swimming, boating, cycling, and hiking.

Webglass - A method for delivering custom advertisement over the internet. The ad page can only be seen through a filtered lens.

Willard Byrd Course - The Willard Byrd Course at Sea Trail Plantation in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

WinCUBS - A port of the interface for CUBS (Customer Utility Billing System) from DOS to Win95/98. The code was converted from COBOL to Visual Basic.


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