Projects

My Projects on Tomwayson.net

You can browse a selection of recent and/or technically interesting projects that I have worked on at tomwayson.net. The site itself is actually one of my projects as it is where I test emerging ASP.Net and SQL server related technologies before I use them in client projects. The site is currently implemented as an ASP.Net MVC 2 application using LINQ to SQL to connect to a SQL Server 2008 database, though I am in the process of developing an ASP.Net MVC 3 that uses Entity Framework Code First to connect to a SQL Server 2008 R2 database.

Blog Posts About my Projects

As the projects I work on reach their release dates or certain milestones, I will often post about it on my blog. Below are some featured posts about projects that I have worked on:

  • How to Build a 5 Ft Tall Web Map, and Why You’d Want to Recently, the major electric utility that I work for installed a wall full of 50”displays in their power outage response control center, and they asked me to start generating content for it. The content would be real-time summary data of the power outages across the utility’s electric distribution network, and the centerpiece was to be ...
  • City of Pasadena Interactive Map Enhancements The enhancements that I’ve been making to the interactive map on The City of Pasadena’s web site went live yesterday! About the Project The Google Maps based interactive map was originally developed (by another consulting firm) to help residents identify what neighborhood and city council districts they lived in.  A user entered an address, and the page ...
  • My First ASP.Net MVC Application – http://myjoglog.net I’ve been very excited about ASP.Net MVC ever since I started hearing about its emergence in various blogs and podcasts. MVC basically addresses all of the issues I have with developing ASP.Net web sites (viewstate, postbacks, testing, etc), and I’ve eagerly awaiting a release its release. Well, now that ASP.Net MVC is in it’s first ...

You can also visit the My Projects category archives to see all project related posts.