Projects, Research, and Teaching

These are the open source projects I am currently working on:

BASIC-256  http://basic256.org
BASIC-256 is an easy to use version of BASIC designed to teach children how to program. A built-in graphics mode lets them draw pictures on screen in minutes, and a set of easy-to-follow tutorials introduce programming concepts through fun exercises.   Project hosted at http://sourceforge.net/projects/kidbasic/

YADAc  http://www.yadac.org/
YADAc is an open source multi company accounting package. It includes modules for General ledger, Inventory, Purchase Orders, Accounts Payable, Order Entry, Professional Billing, and Accounts Receivable.  Project hosted at http://sourceforge.net/projects/yadac/

faux1
"faux1" is an Apple1 / Replica1 emulator for the terminal or command prompt.  It is a fork of napple1 and pom1 with a simplified user experience.  Unlike the original applications cut and past functionality is fully working.  Project hosted at http://sourceforge.net/projects/faux1/

mmTagAndroid  http://www.mmtag.org/
MMTag Android is an Android smartphone based application to enable individuals with cognitive disabilities an easier user interface to communicate with the world.  It was part of my proposed dissertation research that has been discontinued as of 2011-08.  Hosted at http://sourceforge.net/projects/mmtagandroid/

mmTagServer  http://www.mmtag.org/
The MMTag server is the web server back end for the MMTag Android application. This server allows care-givers, families, and others the ability to manage several functions in the MMTag Android software remotely.  It was part of my proposed dissertation research that has been discontinued as of 2011-08.  Hosted at http://sourceforge.net/projects/mmtagserver/

Other open (Creative Commons) projects:

So You Want to Learn to program?  http://www.basicbook.org/
An introduction to programming using an open-source BASIC variant. The book introduces sound, speech, and graphics in the first three chapters and used the multimedia experience to teach programming to a new generation.

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