First used: 

Linux has been my sole web development platform since 2007. I do all of my work on a local LAMP server and upload it upon completion. I chose to do it this way, rather than use something like WAMP, because I wanted my work environment to be as close to my production environment as possible. I tend to use Virtual Machines to set up Linux machines to do my work at home, and keep my work computer as purely running Linux. Because of this, I am extremely comfortable in Linux, both through the GUI and through command line.


SableOPS is a PHP driven website that is used internally by Sable Systems, International to manage production, purchasing and engineering. It keeps track of all products that the company manufacturers, the warehouse inventory, and assignments for manufacturing. The scope of the system is ever growing and will one day encompass most internal aspects related to the equipment.

Corporate Intranet

During my time at BDI, I built and maintained a large corporate intranet that managed over 7,000 clients and 500 employees (as of Nov 2011). The system was built from scratch on a custom PHP framework that was heavily modified over the years to handle the changes in requirements. The system started as a pure PHP / HTML system, but incorporated XSL in 2008 when I began to use that heavily. The system allows both employees and clients to log on to view their status, post support tickets, view notes and many other features.