My name is Eugene Meidinger, and I'm a graduate of
Pennsylvania State University. I'm currently working as a contractor in business intelligence and programming.
I've been doing programming since I bought a BASIC cd from a scholastic magazine. I try to learn a variety of languages. Right now I'm doing a lot with PHP and python.
I'm a semi-frequent user of stackoverflow.com and a bunch of social networks. You can view my stackoverflow cv.
If you need to contact me, you can send an email to eugene@thisDomainName.
Scansion Markup Tool
I put together a simple tool in html and Jquery for
marking up poetry with scansion marks. It has only been tested with Firefox.
Reverse Polish Notation Calculator
This program was basically an exercise
in coding a stack
and using reverse polish notation
. It's a simple 4 function
calulator but it works, which is interesting to so. It's console based, so there is no
jar file available.
Simple trading game
I did this for my midterm. I never got a chance to
implement all of the game logic. The idea was supposed to be that you would travel
from port to port buying cheap goods and selling expensive ones. Sometimes, you
might get in a fight. Despite not implementing all the logic, it was a good way to
get some practice using swing and classes.
Runnable jar file
When I was taking object oriented programming, I
was also in a computer security class. So, instead of the normal final project, I
made a tool that could hash text, do symmetric encryption/decryption, and do
asymmetric encryption/decryption. It was mostly a matter of finding the classes and
code needed to do the work and convert the text to byte arrays. It was a fun
project, but I wouldn't actually suggest using this tool for anything.
Runnable jar file
IST course scheduler
For my databases class, I worked with two other
students to make a proof of concept web application for helping with scheduling
IST courses. The basic problem is there are a lot of strands of prerequisites for
the IST courses. The application takes, as an input, the courses you've completed
and returns what you can take for a given semester. I did all of the programming
and some of the html.
Making the web slightly more interesting. Updated September 2011