Hello, my name if Frank. This is my website where I post things I’d like to share with you.
I spend most of the time with my head down on my keyboard, developing software to support businesses running primarily on the Internet, businesses who’s core services are integral with having a presence on the Internet.
Even before the inception of the World-Wide-Web, back in my days at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, I have been involved with computer science, software development and systems engineering. I like to boast that I was a member of the team at Fermilab charged with the task of introducing the World-Wide-Web to the laboratory in Batavia, IL.
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I offer solutions for enterprise data sharing using LDAP, SOA with AJAX, REST and SOAP.
Codingline.com, I created back the early 90s.
This website represents my first work of E-commerce websites.
Initially written using the awesome Perl programming language, then around 1992 revised to use PHP, this website proves the benefits of designing systems that are adaptable and tolerate of change and thus have the ability to evolve. The primary purpose of this
website is to support membership subscription services for medial professionals to be able to share private and confidential information in the form of a forum and newsletter services that support the business.
There are innovative aspects of the Codingline framework that are now considered normal in mature website technologies such as WordPress.
I solve problems with software. I provide support to others seeking to get things accomplished faster, easier, or even making the what seemed impossible, reachable. Take a look at these sites and web-applications I have developed:
I specialize in LAMPP technologies, WordPress (theme customization, custom plugins and secured hosting services) and WooCommerce. I also support GeoDesic Solutions, a PHP framework that offers bootstrap commerce businesses auction and classified ads management. Postgres, MySql and Xtuple are also areas of my expertise.
When I’m not programming, you will find me riding some kind of two or three wheeled contraption, either pedal powered or combustion engine. I enjoy riding my mountain bike or riding, in tandem, with my wife on our recumbent style 3-wheel CatTrikes. My favorite game is Backgammon. I invite you to come play anytime.
Probably by now I have over a million miles on the road behind me riding motorcycle, having been a motorcyclist since I was 18 years old. Nowadays I enjoy posting online journals of my rides to share with you. I have them posted here Motorcycle Journey Journals.