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ToolShare

ToolShare is a community tool sharing website that I created as a part of a team during SWEN 261 Introduction to Software Engineering. My role on the team was head Programmer, so a majority of the programming and html/css work was done by me.

The main goal of the website was to allow community members to sign on and share tools with other members of their community. A community shed could be created, given a location, and then community members could add/remove their tools from the shed or borrow other peoples tools from the shed. The site also allowed for users to reserve tools for future use, so that if they knew they would need a tool some time in the future it would be available.


Recent Posts

Why I started a Blog Writing to start conversations
Categories:  Random
Posted: June 03, 2020
Unwritten Coding Standards: Vertical Whitespace Simple vertical whitespace rules that will make any code easier to read
Categories:  Coding, mike8
Posted: May 27, 2020
Things I Like Bootstrapping our reader/writer relationship by front-loading all the things I love and would inevitably tell you about anyway
Categories:  Random
Posted: May 24, 2020
Scalability Dimensions A few words on how you should order parameters to maximize codebase consistency and scalability
Categories:  Coding
Posted: May 20, 2020
Unwritten Coding Standards: Parameter Ordering A few words on how you should order parameters to maximize codebase consistency and scalability
Categories:  Coding, mike8
Posted: May 13, 2020