Welcome! I am Brandon Cornejo, a computer and technology enthusiast from Milwaukee, Wisconsin with a passion for writing clean, modern and extensible software.
I've been writing code for over a decade and across a myriad of devices, platforms, frameworks and languages. Supplemented with my knowledge of network and system administration my skillset can be described as "full stack" in the broadest sense. I am an open advocate for free (as in freedom) software and strongly believe everyone has a right to security, privacy and anonymity online.
I have degrees in both Computer Networking and Information Science from local institutions. Coupled with an ever-growing sphere of self-motivated learning and exploration my areas of expertise lie across the spectrum, including but not limited to:
A trivia system for Twitch.tv chat meant for organizations and with a focus on easy statistics and integration for driving web traffic with leaderboards.
Tools for the Adventurer Conqueror King tabletop system. Namely the generation of NPC parties based on an extracted dataset, with importability into the Roll20.net platform for use on their VTT.
Includes a fully custom-built character sheet for Roll20.net as well, built with HTML5/CSS and the Roll20 APIs.
A friendly DotA community. A safe-harbour from the general toxicity of the DotA universe. Website with a Teamspeak server. Steam OIDC for logins. Event system integrated with Teamspeak via API and a forum board via database. Participation points based on time spent in auto-generated Teamspeak rooms for events etc.
Extensive configuration and scripting for the TinTin++ CLI based MUD client specific to the Discworld MUD.
A prototype website for a VPN service.
Simple combination calculator for equipment statistics for the Orna GeoRPG.
A small python/Flask web application to keep track of stock, sales, and profits for player-run shops in the DiscworldMUD. I had a need to determine if a certain class of stock was profitable to offer and created this to help make that decision.