A Simple Slide Show

This is a dynamic PHP and Javascript slide show that shows all the pictures on the website and will update when new pictures are added to the uploads folder. Read down on the left column to get a overall view of what this website is all about and I also have been keeping a daily blog of the status of the website plus an introspect of my daily life. In the next couple of months I will be improving this website and from time to time you might actually see the updates happen in real time.


I have improved greatly since earning an Associates degree in Computer Graphics: Interactive Media and Game Design. Feel free to contact me via this website's contact form and I will get back to you as soon as I can.

A Slice of Technology

Created on Sunday, July 2, 2017 by John Pepp

A Slice of Technology
 

A Slice of Technology is a hodgepodge of everything that relates to technology. Web Design, Web Development, Computer Building, Raspberry Pi Projects, Photography, Bird Feeder Web Camera are just a few topics that this web site will cover. I have Github Repositories that will help people in developing web sites and when further help is needed I will provide links to tutorials that I consider to be useful. All my web development is done on a 27-inch iMac with 5K display with a Wacom Cintiq 13HD Interactive Pen Display. My monitors are color calibrated with an X-Rite i1Display color spectrometer.


The rPi Bird Feeder Project

Created on Sunday, July 2, 2017 by John Pepp

The rPi Bird Feeder Project
 

What do you get when you connect a Raspberry Pi Camera to a Raspberry Pi computer? A fun project that is also educational, for you learn the workings of a computer and the operating system. I'm still not done with this project, for I want to be able to access the camera/video via this website. The Raspberry Project has cost me roughly $220 so far and very easy to put together. Proving that projects don't have to be expensive to be fun or educational. I probably could had kept the project under a $100 had I not purchased a 7" LCD and a case for the rPi & screen.