Dan Ruscoe's Personal Site
I got into web development in the early 2000s, teaching myself HTML and CSS, then learning PHP and MySQL so I could build a rudimentary blog.
I worked for some short-lived gaming startups in Los Angeles. I later went on to make my own video game about a spooky museum. It was moderately successful among people who like that sort of thing.
I enjoy contributing to open source software. While working for a company named ThinkShout, I designed and built a PHP library for MailChimp's API.
You can hire me to help you with all kinds of software development tasks.
When I'm not working or hacking away at open source projects, I sometimes explore unusual locations.
A Simple 3D maze I built to learn OpenGL.
A little C program you can use to create your own mini firework display.
A C program that loosely emulates the "digital rain" effect from The Matrix.