although i’ve worked writing code for most of my career, what i’m most proud of have very little to do with computers:
- your home was an accidental bootstrap i’ve created and discontinued during 6 months. 10% of it was about coding, the rest was divided among marketing, support and managing the business.
- pcsedados service order system made in 2003 for about 2 months, still in use today. granted, most of it was coding, but the things i’m satisfied about it are basically the logic behind it and its longetivity.
- Abaixa Tampa (Lower the toilet lid), a theater play in portuguese made in 3 months. i’ve co-wrote and co-stared in it, being one of the most proeminent actor in both ends, on my very first professional-ish experience in front of an audience. got lots of and only nice feedback from it.
- Funny or Die with Jean Claude Van Damme and Guz, “cool” video made in about 5 days, in a basketball court. first production, not the last, and the only one i’m glad with so far.
now, i do have many more worthy coding projects, which were fun to build, but never really went far beyond that to me:
- this site is all open sourced, simplistic yet powerful (although overlooked) and shall be appreciated one day
- formigas, another tiny game in MIT’s Scratch made in about 5 days
- trefnoc is a (now disfunct) python script to convert videos in a background queue
- luckyshit, very tiny game in Unity3D made in about 10 hours
- StackOverflow and GitHub profiles
and i do have unimpressed projects as well, such as:
it’s a me! in one of my “enjoying life” projects, which i do almost daily. :)