Here are a few software packages I've released as open-source, and some of my more interesting web site projects.
I've only included a tiny subset of the web sites I've been involved with over the years. (Some are recent, others are just projects I particularly enjoyed.) For a more extensive (though by no means complete) list, see FRII Creative's web portfolio.
This is a Perl module that provides common data validation functions like is_integer(), is_printable() and length_is_between. Released in 2004 and actively maintained.
A Perl module that provides data validation functions relating to email addresses - is_email(), is_domain(), is_username(), etc. Released in 2004 and actively maintained.
A Perl module that provides data validation functions for MySQL data types - is_int(), is_tinyblob(), is_date(), etc. Released in 2005 and actively maintained.
A Perl module that provides data validation functions for URLs and URIs - is_uri(), is_web_uri(), etc. Released in 2005 and actively maintained.
Unofficial standards group developing and promoting simple open data standards for local and regional government.
My team at FRII redesigned and rebuilt the Colorado Attorney General's web site in 2009.
I cowrote the MailArmory anti-spam system with Neil Neely in 2001 under the auspices of Front Range Internet, Inc. We both remain involved in its ongoing development and maintenance.
I built the engine behind this site for Ruth Clinton (via FRII) in 2007. It uses a somewhat unusual tagging system to automatically organize and recommend content. Most of the site is statically published for efficiency.
This is the City of Steamboat Springs' official site. I redeveloped it into a Drupal framework in 2008 for FRII.
This is the City of Cortez Colorado's official site. I redeveloped it into a Drupal framework in 2008 for FRII.