Here are a few larger scale projects I've created.

ES Module Checker

Created December 2021

A project to explore and analyze the adoption rate of ES Modules in the Node Ecosystem.

CDKDynamoDBGitHub ActionsRust

Plaits Cheat Sheet

Created August 2020

A site to preview the various modes for the Modular Synth module, Mutable Instrument's Plaits.


2019 GitHub Actions Advent Calendar

Created December 2019

A resource site to showcase various actions & tips during the month of December 2019.


GARS (GitHub Actions Resource Site)

Created November 2019

A resource site to showcase the ins and outs of GitHub Actions. Reference Guides, tutorials, and more.

ToastTailwind CSSGitHub ActionsFaunaMDX

Gatsby GitHub Stats

Created May 2019

A dashboard of GitHub metrics for the gatsbyjs/gatsby repository that displays the past two weeks of metrics including issues, PRs, and stars.

GatsbyGatsby ThemesTheme UIRecharts

Created January 2019

Collaborating with Mike Vormwald, we recreated in Gatsby from previously a Jekyll site. Now we still have the benefit of writing content in markdown but have the speed and power that comes through using Gatsby and React.

GatsbyStyled API

VS Code Issue Tracker

Created September 2018

During September 2018, the VS Code team worked on getting the issues on their GitHub down and I wanted to see how they progressed over the month so I developed a static site that graphed said data over time. I utilized GitHub's API to get the state of the issues on an hourly basis and the end result was quite sucessful given they were able to triage about 4000 issues during that month.

AWS LambdaC3.JSNetlifyGitHub GraphQL APIFirebase

VS Code Rocks

Created July 2018

VS Code Rocks is one of my side projects to write content for VS Code and its community. Given I am an extension developer, I write both VS Code's features for normal uses as well as tutorials into various extension APIs on how to extend VS Code. It's a Gatsby site on the back-end and I write individual posts in markdown.

GatsbyStyled ComponentsMarkdown

Clarkson Mirror Website

Created December 2015

This was a design for the public facing website for Clarkson University's FOSS Mirror which hosts a variety of Linux distributions and other software projects. I designed the frontend to browse the various projects and some graphs using C3.JS to visualize the download traffic over time in a variety of formats. As of 2018, we've been pushing over 100TB a month across the world.