I've always considered writing code to be a hobby first and a job second. These are a few of the projects I inexplicably work on for fun.
STOCKHOLM (GHOST THEME)
Arguably the most feature-rich Ghost theme on the market. With some configuration, users can extend the functionality of their theme by accessing data which would be otherwise inaccessible via the standard Ghost API.
Admin panel for exploring and modifying data in databases, written in Python. Spoof of PhpMyAdmin - not affiliated in any way.
Third-party user interface to be used in conjunction with a target Tableau Server instance for the purpose of extracting transform data from Workbooks. Leverages vulnerabilities to empower customers against vendor-lock.
Single endpoint which accepts a ?url= parameter and returns best-guess metadata for the target site. A successful requests discerns which data is best suited to provided a preview of said page and returns a suitable preview.
Accepts any raw Jupyter notebook data and outputs a fully-styled, presentation-ready product ready for publication Intended to bridge the gap between research and intellectual conversation.
Marketplace for premium Ghost themes which has not yet implemented a payment method, therefore serving as a mad grab for free stuff until I bother implementing Stripe or something.
Chat bot for use with the Chatango messaging platform. Chat commands and types are populated from a database to allow for easy management.