Friday, August 24th, 2012

Online portfolio site finally launched

Exactly one month ago, I talked about some personal web applications I made and use on a daily basis. Well, the time has finally come to display at least one of them to the public eye. The first web application available on my portfolio is my most used, my PCBank application. Of course it does not use any of my original data, and I created fake data to display how it works. Furthermore, it is in a read-only mode, any attempts to edit it, will result in a 404 page(due to not having a proper login page).

I will release my other application shortly onto the portfolio site in due time.

My portfolio is proudly hosted by RedHat's OpenShift platform. It was fairly easy to deploy onto their service, and will continue hosting my online portfolio there for the foreseeable future.

Leave any comments about this first application below.

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