Thomas Joyce’s Web Programming Portfolio
(note that this document was created with the intention of printed form and later converted for web using just Microsoft Word. I may create a better, more flashy portfolio in the future; sorry for the inconvenience!)
I can credit my beginnings in computing to my father, Dr.
Daniel T. Joyce, who teaches Computer Science at
During my freshman year of high school, a colleague of my mother's, Mrs. Powell, decided to create a web site of resource links for language arts teachers. She hired me on a provisional basis to do the technical design/implementation of the site and was so pleased with my work that she awarded me a contract to complete the job. The site can be found at http://www.languageartslinks.com/.
In addition to what you see when you visit the site, I created a complete administrative interface, so that Mrs. Powell can manage the entire site by herself without having to do any "programming". I've attached some screen shots of the site and the administrative interface.
I have been the president for 3 years running of the
I am currently working on the Capital Teas web site for a
If you have any questions about any of my projects I'd be happy to answer them. Feel free to email me at any time at email@example.com
Thomas E. Joyce
This is the home page for a fictional, demonstrative middle school to show off the SmartWork web program I created for a computer fair.
Above is the page that a user viewing Fred Flintstone’s Biology I class would see.
Here is the page a teacher first sees when they log in.
This page allows teachers to customize the types of items they can post for all of their classes, such as homework, projects, tests, or any other upcoming event/assignment they can think of!
This page allows teachers to add, edit, or delete any items in any category of their choosing. Theoretically, an unlimited number of categories may be created, and an unlimited number of items in each category may be created.
This is the home page for LanguageArtsLinks.com, a live web site that provides a directory of resources for language arts teachers.
This is a sample of what a visitor of this web site would see under the “Books” topic, when viewing the directory “by Topic.”
Here is the first administrative page seen, when first logged in as a site administrator.
This is the page seen when editing the “Books” topic in the Topic Administrative View.