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  1. 100 Acre Woods Nursery
  2. Haunted Dungeon
  3. Haunted Dungeon 2007 Additions
  4. Halloween 2008 Additions
  5. Halloween Laboratory
  6. Project: E
  7. Laughing Place
  8. The Land
  9. Life Hacks

About Me

I have been a developer for 14 years programming in Java, Groovy, Python, C#, C and several other languages. I currently work for The Babcock and Wilcox Corporation where I develop boring Enterprise Technology, specifically creating and managing customizations to a large proprietary J2EE application. In my spare time however, I work on all sorts of projects using many technologies from writing C for AVR microcontrollers to Java web based applications for automating my home. This blog is a way for me to show off my projects and how I built them.


Mon Feb 18 00:00:00 EST 2008

OkÖ Project E has an amazing amount of part requirements! I was in serious need of some more room on my electronics workbench for working on project E. Boxes and boxes of parts have been coming in and my work area was getting extremely unmanageable. Since I did not have any walls behind my workbench to fasten any organizers to, I decided to do what any sane person would do and build a wall and bolt it to the workbench.

Itís not a real workbench unless you have carriage bolts in it.

So I found this inexpensive bin system at Home Depot that I decided to use. They have an assortment of different sized bins that hang on rails that you fasten to the wall. Here you can see the rails that I had to fasten to the wall. The plastic bins hang from these rails.