I started this company at the end of 2019, it's mostly just everything I've been doing independently now under an LLC.
This includes: building computers, fixing computers, fixing phones, programming, and video production (although this was recently removed from my services page to focus on tech).
Currently the company is not very busy, because I'm still too busy with school and my other jobs. I don't want to invest in marketing if I won't be able to handle the increased work load.
A PaaS company, kinda, not really company
I sell/give away app hosting, using pterodactyl to manage the servers. The free tier offers 512mb of ram and 2gb of storage along with a mysql database, proxy for web traffic, automatic git pulls and building, and nightly backups. I also offer upgraded servers, $3/month per gb of ram (bundled with 10gb of storage)
Join the discord server linked above to request a server, or check out the panel using our demo login
An efficient Visual Foxpro DBF file parser written in TypeScript.
Reads the binary from a DBF file and converts it to row objects with a event based interface.
Based on https://github.com/abstractvector/node-dbf but works without coffee and provides float and integer type of numbers, specifically for Visual Fox Pro *dbf files
Userscript to make the Pearson Connexus platform more betterer
Adds a dark theme, percentages next to progress bars, replaces time in minutes with hours, plus some other stuff.
Done with a userscript
Square rainmeter apps
Yeah pretty simple
Oh yeah, also it has a system monitor and the colors are configurable and you can easily make a grid of them. It's actually pretty cool because I did this all within the restrictions of Rainmeter without any lua scripting.
Wakatime tracking for solidworks
It's kinda jank right ngl, it was a nightmare to write
Basically this is a solidworks macro with a couple event listens for active doc changed, mouse movement/clicks, opening file. Then it collects the magic and sends it to a JS script which guesses at what the project name is and sends it to the wakatime update script. Currently the macro has no way to install wakatime itself, so you should install it first through a text editor such as VS Code. The macro also crashes when you have it load on startup because it doesn't wait for you to open a file.
Takes information from TheBlueAlliance API to create a display board for the outside of your team's pit. Automatically updates with match results when data becomes available, also attempts to guess at what match # is currently playing and how long until the next match #s have to queue. Finally it has a livestream window so you can watch what's going on on the field from the pits.
I wrote this app to send Discord rich presence about my CSGO game, it also displays system statistics and modifies your custom status. It is very configurable however, I never added more than the CSGO and system statistics to it. Currently there is no documentation on how to use it so have fun figuring it out youself (it's really not that hard). Sorry.