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#1 Antonio Conte

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Posted 18 October 2011 - 1:15 PM

Hello, everybody

It would be nice to know see what you've been able to create over the years. Show us your projects, and tell us a little bit about what you've done.

Hope somebody else want to share. It's time to brag a little bit among friends about what you've achieved over the years. :)

To start off the thread, here are some of mine:

Juventus Norge - http://juvenorge.com
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Description: A fansite for my favorite football club, Juventus F.C. This is my retarded love child. Been developing on it for over three years now. This is where I use most of my time on the Internet. The community has grown to about 350 really active contributors, and a lot of us meet face-to-face to share our love for this great football club. We have also managed to become an official fan club, and are distributing match tickets for our favorite club.

Work: Backend systems, front-end programming and design, forum modifications and day-to-day management of the company.


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Real Zaragoza Fans - http://rzfans.net
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Description: Another football site. This is a fan site, in english, dedicated to the spanish club Real Zaragoza . Although, it's a small site, it's driven by a small number of people who would like to share their passion for the club. It was developed over last summer, with a re-design around Christmas.

Work: Built on Textpattern. Front-end programming and design and forum templating.
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#2 Larry

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Posted 26 October 2011 - 1:56 PM

Sorry no one's replied yet, but I like the thought. Thanks for sharing what you've done and I'm sure others will do so, too, in time.
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#3 Antonio Conte

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Posted 5 December 2011 - 9:24 PM

I don't mind, Larry.

I asked for the social forum, so I tried to start a thread. Guess people are here to learn and discuss code, not to talk politics or sports. ;)
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#4 Larry

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Posted 7 December 2011 - 9:04 AM

That's a good attitude to have. From doing this for some years, I can say that people tend to come and go. They'll be here for a while, and then move onto something new. But we didn't have this social forum before, so maybe it will have long term benefits!
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#5 Redscouse

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Posted 15 December 2011 - 2:34 PM

I'll reply..

Here's a little something i created out of sheer boredom really..

http://redscouse.com/blackjack

Cheers,
Red..
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#6 MrJames

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Posted 19 March 2012 - 4:47 AM

Hi,

I like the examples 'Antonio Conte' as provided since I am also a football fan as well and it's also good to show what projects you have done as well.

I tried to create my own custom theme in Wordpress and it took me hours, I have it up and running at http://www.webzoost.com.

Can I ask what are the differences between TextPattern and Wordpress Antonio ? (I am not looking at developing plugins but I am someone who likes to change the HTML/CSS to make it fit my requirements and then just install plugins that I need).


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#7 Antonio Conte

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Posted 19 March 2012 - 5:04 AM

They are pretty similar. Textpattern is like a scaled down version of Wordpress. You don't have themes or pages, but else they are pretty much the same. I would recommend wordpress really, but we are currently locked to TXP due to the football system. I'm working on building those kind of systems myself, and then I think a switch to Wordpress/something similar will happen.

Nice theme btw. :)
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#8 Edward

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Posted 26 March 2012 - 10:07 AM

It's awesome you guys were humble enough to come out and show what you had done. Nice work!
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Posted 30 July 2012 - 8:09 PM

Very Nice Websites!
Excellent design skills.
I'll post my project when Completed...hopefully by fall.
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#10 Antonio Conte

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Posted 30 July 2012 - 8:36 PM

Thanks, Jaepee. Have done some redesigns on those sites over the years, and I can tell you now, they weren't that nice in the beginning. I'm not really much of a designer. The best thing I've done is the logo at juvenorge.com. Really proud of that one. :)

Looking forward to see your projects.
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#11 Jaepee

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Posted 30 August 2012 - 12:08 AM

Okay Well I have spent most of the summer coding actualy (since December) and learning how to code PHP. Along the way I have learned HTML, CSS, dabbling still in Javascript, jQuery, objective-C (want to program my Mac ) MySql and well thats about it. My project I figured I would share it now, it's http://blurE.com/ (itsblurry.com) Its a picture hosting application. It's almost usable and 100% hand coded using Textmate and the PHP I've learn from Larry's books. So I thought I'd share it. Suggestions are Welcome.

http://blure.com/sha...FujS7VAobTy.jpg Here is a Picture I took East of Yosemite Nat'l Park

I also have a url shortener http://blu.re/ which I would like to incorporate somehow to make picture sharing more url friendly than the above link..

Thanks Guys

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#12 Edward

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Posted 30 August 2012 - 2:06 AM

That's really cool, love to see these projects. One thing i forgot to tell you, get yourself a CSS grid framework they will save you a lot of time and clear up ie bugs etc. I am using blueprints css framework and my site looks pro even though i barely done anything, check out http://blueprintcss.org/.
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#13 Antonio Conte

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Posted 30 August 2012 - 6:29 AM

Nice work :)
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Posted 30 August 2012 - 6:09 PM

Thanks Guys. Its still a work in progress. But is a website ever really done? I would venture to say, No. At least I'm finally doing something creative since I've had the domain for 13 years now... I guess I am not procrastinating any longer. One thing I am proud of is that I coded/integrated in the album script a Pin It button that users can Instantly Pin their pictures to pinterest.com

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#15 Antonio Conte

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Posted 31 August 2012 - 2:14 PM

One thing: sure you need login here? A lot of these free upload sites don't require it. Check out bildr.no. :)
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#16 Jaepee

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Posted 31 August 2012 - 8:48 PM

I might consider a non login version however I would need to make a more secure upload script (i.e. porn)... I really would not want objectionable material easily uploaded, to prevent this I am requiring valid email.
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Posted 7 October 2012 - 12:48 AM

I just spent the last 16hrs @ google. But I did get a great picture from their roof.
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#18 Edward

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Posted 7 October 2012 - 2:47 AM

Nice picture did you use adobe photoshop to connect the picture's together? Other than that what were you doing at Google, out of curiosity?
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Posted 7 October 2012 - 12:48 PM

I took it with my iPhone 4s using the panorama picture mode iOS 6. I work at Google as a part time contractor, I got to go up on the roof and the view was great.
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Posted 8 October 2012 - 6:07 AM

Are you even allowed to carry an iPhone into a Google building?! Hehe! Just kidding.

Anyway, what's up with all the buses?
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