Welcome to LoudProgrammer Blog – A blog on software, business and personal productivity.
Hey, I’m Geoffrey. I’m a software developer and blogger.
I started trying to figure out all this “web stuff” in mid-2008, and since then I’ve experienced my share of success and failures.
I was tired of beating the well-trodden path of doing something I didn’t really enjoy just to get along.
So I decided to focus my life efforts on doing what I believed was really great, and that was building stuff.
“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams” – Eleanor Roosevelt
My journey has been full of ups and downs.
One major thing I have learnt is that software development is more about people than about computers as most often thought.
After meeting, exchanging ideas and learning a lot from influencers I decided I wanted to put this material in a central place where I could share it with my buddies who would greatly benefit from these past experiences nonetheless.
That saw the birth of the LoudProgrammer Blog.
What original started as a go-to blog for all manner of programming tutorials has since transformed into a more inclusive weblog covering all round topics that make a great software developer, including but not limited to:
Along the way I got the opportunity to work with different individuals and companies as well involve myself in a couple of other open source projects.
Gliver Framework. I founded the Gliver PHP framework. A light weight PHP MVC framework for rapid application development. With Gliver you don’t have to know SQL in order to use MySQL.
Some of the key problems that I seek to solve with Gliver are:
I have also build a couple of jQuery plugins.
– A plugin for pre-filling input forms and providing input suggestions based on the current form contents. Makes filling web forms an easy and fun experience for users.
With this plugin I was looking to:
– A plugin for uploading files to the server without page reload. Enables previewing of image files before you send them to the server, saving you time and bandwidth.
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My dream is to make LoudProgrammer blog a resourceful tool for both junior & experienced software developers and budding entrepreneurs alike.