A modern, mobile-first website providing reviews for restaurants in the DC area, and opinion articles.
The website focuses on usability, and a fresh modern look which looks equally stunning in both a traditional desktop browser experience, and a mobile phone.
Built using the excellent GatsbyJS framework, on AWS Amplify, the website is extremely easy to extend, maintain, and deploy.
Perform reverse phone number lookups to figure out who is calling you! Provide a phone number, and receive a name, as simple as that.
Ever forget the name of the person you met last night at the bar? Want to identify when Domino's pizza is calling you versus a spammer? Problem solved. Do a reverse phone lookup and reveal their identity!
Numbers can be manually entered, or interpreted live as a call is incoming so you can ignore those pesky scammers.
Lookup works for cell phones, and land lines. Accuracy may vary as not all information is publicly available. Individuals very often show up as their full name, or nick name, while scammers and businesses will show up as something that is clearly not an individual.
No account required, ever, completely free to use, forever.
As the lead detective, you must use your wits, brains, and reflexes to decide if you're looking at a Potato, or something else in a split second! Rise through the ranks as a skilled Potato Detective and impress your friends!
This reflex-based game demands patience and practice. Can you handle it? Do you have what it takes to spot the Potato?
Potato Detective was sunset in 2021 and is no longer available on the app store or play store.
There's 2 things everybody has in common: Poop and Work
Track how much your employer is losing to pay you to poop at work! In addition to time spent and money earned, run interesting trends to analyze your poop at work habits such as day of week, time of day, or season.
We won't take any responsibility if you're fired while trying to reach your personal "high score" in the bathroom.
Daniel has a BSE in Computer Science, and 8+ years of professional experience as a full time Software Engineer. Over the past 4 years Daniel has been in tech leadership roles mentoring newer Software Engineers, designing the company's architecture, and leading projects in addition to continuing his normal software development responsibilities.
Most of his expertise is developing backend services utilizing Java, but he also has experience developing attractive front ends mainly utilizing GatsbyJS and React.
Daniel is a huge advocate of AWS, due to its low cost, functionality, and performance. In addition to using it professionally, most of his personal projects utilize AWS for its infrastructure. Complex apps and websites can be run cheaply, and automatically scale up and down depending on demand.