Home Page Of Joseph Schwarz

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 working in VB.NET for 2 years, and thinking that it was the greatest programming language ever, I started switching over to C#.NET and writing all my new projects in C#. I found that I really enjoyed working in C# because of its similarity to VB.NET, and because it was also very similar to the C, C++, and Java. While working in C#, I also dabbled in JavaScript, but I found that I could not get myself to enjoy writing programs in JavaScript as the language seemed too similar to AutoIt, and at the time C# seemed so much more powerful and interesting.

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.

Current Projects

Here you can find all the recipes that I have been making and experimenting with.

Project Archive

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