I started my programming career when a friend showed me a simple high level macro program language called AutoIt. At the time I had no interest in programming, and was only interested in AutoIt because I could use it write simple cheat scripts for simple 1 player games. I later learned that AutoIt could be used to do more than just send keystrokes, and began writing simple applications.
I then moved onto VB.NET which I thought was an amazing programing language. I quickly picked up VB.NET and started writing lots of small applications, and a few larger applications. I also started work on my largest and most worked on project Folder Organizer. More information can be found on Folder Organizer in the AutoIt, VB.NET, and C#.NET pages.
After writing my massive Folder Organizer V2 project, I started working on writing games, both single player in C#, and a few networked games in ASP.NET. I found that ASP.NET was the perfect platform for me. It allowed me to use my C# knowledge to make complex programs, while at the same time using ASP.NET to connect players together from any platform.
I am currently highly skilled in both C# and ASP.NET, and I am actively working on several projects in both languages. See Current Projects below for a complete list of everything I am working on, or use the Project Archive to see a complete list of everything I have worked in many different languages.
Through the links above you can find information on projects that I am currently still working on. These projects are functional, however, they are still in need of work. Current projects are usually updated every few weeks. For more information on specific update information visit the project's page.
Games.JosephSchwarz.com is online! (7/2/2012)
Though the links above you can find information on all projects I have worked on in various languages, and programs. Included in this section is a description of what the project is, why I started it, and the source code to the programing projects.
This section was last updated on: 4/30/2012