About The C Shore
The code I have written is scattered among various open source and proprietary projects. Since the proprietary projects are not owned by me, I can't show you them. However, a number of open source projects to which I currently contribute can be viewed at cshoredaniel on GitHub. That includes the theme I've created for this site using Hugo. You can see the theme at the dummy site for the New OldNew Mashup Theme. Additionally, you can browse a history of the versions of this website (which has not always been at the same address) by viewing The Old C Shore. Finally, more history of public projects I've worked can be found in the cshore-history ‘organization’ on GitHub.
I've had quite an interesting (read challenging) life and managed to do some pretty good work despite all of that. I plan to find a way to incorporate my struggles with mental illness into this site. However, I am mostly focused on topics like firmware development, web development, work history, and the various professional and hobby activites that are what far too many folks see as the only things that make a person's life valuable or make a person's life matter.
This isn't a standard portfolio site, but will still show my work. It will also contrast that with how thinking goes awry when a major mental illness develops and one has not yet found the right medical treatment combined with therapy to overcome the difficulties from the underlying neurobiological disorder.
I like to think of myself as an early digital native (since the 80's, while I was in public school). I had the opportunity to work with Commodore 64's in Grades 6 to 8 and was working on an exotic assembly language program before I was in Grade 9. This passion for technology is one of the reasons I am happy the Midland Public Library now has the MakerPlace.
Currently I'm learning new skills in web development and am working on some interesting firmware and admin projects. These are on my hobby / personal sysadmin roster as part of getting back on track after illness. I seem to be making a good recovery, and I'm hoping that in the medium term I can launch a successful company creating a unique device that will help those concerned about their privacy but want the benefits of ‘the cloud’. Update 2019-11-26: Apparently someone has some form of this already (although I think it's rather ‘heavy’): NextCloudPi. It helps to see what direct competition is out there, though.