ANTHONY M. POWERS
AKA Bird Raven
Software Development, Web Development, Business Solutions
- Network Management (Mid-sized Educational Facility)
Setup, Management and Customer Services
Networking (Hardware & Software) and Maintenance.
- Data Warehouse (Large-sized Sports Apparel Company)
Stock & Inventory
Custom Order Completions
Sales & Tracking
- Computer HelpDesk
Helping walk-in shoppers find and understand the field of computers and technology.
Live on-demand customer service.
SYSTEMS EXPERIENCE AND PROFICIENCY
- Unix (Windows - 2000, XP, Vista, 7)
- Linux (Ubuntu)
- Expert knowledge of:
- PHP and MySQL
Independent company, CrashBoomWorks
-- Created Unix Programs For Entertainment
-- Created A Order System For Local Resturant
SLDatabase, www.sldatabase.com (Project no longer public)
-- Created complete webpage frontend
-- Backend data system (PHP/MySQL)
- Data & Communication
- Multi-Object Vendors (Including Server Versions)
- HUD Objects (Weapons, Accessory Modifiers, etc)
- Texture Rotation
- Media Center (TV, Photo Viewer. Auto-Updates & Shop-From-Home)
- Custom works ranging from swings to houses to mosques.
- SL Custom Render Of RL Mansion (Pic upon request)
- SL Custom Render Of RL Mosque (Pic upon request)
- Gothic-style builds, accessories, items.
- Custom textures
- Textures with high-definition.
- Profile pics, snapshot editing.
- Advanced PhotoShop skills.
- Transparencies a breeze!
Usually everyone comes to me for help. This contradicts my work schedule, but I maintain a solid relationship with past clients and new acquantances to assure that my products and services are at top-notch conditions.
Some Code Snippets To Get Your Mind Going:
This code sends a message (the 'message' variable) to a php script that replies with the message 'Received!'
For the SecondLife� script, you need to use llHTTPRequest() to send the data.
Then, when the page 'replies', you gather the data using http_response()
Now for the PHP. This script gathers the message and 'replies' back with the message 'Received!'.
Remember, when you use "GET" in llHTTPRequest(), you are simply READING the output of the PHP file.
So a 'reply' is simple the output data.
//I Would Not Recommend Calling This Function In The State Entry
//This Is Only For Communication Method Demonstrations.
//When passing space characters over HTTPRequest, it's a good idea
//to use llEscapeURL to make all spaces into %20, etc. This preserves them.
string message = llEscapeURL("This is my neat message.");
request = llHTTPRequest("http://www.your-webpage.com/test-file.php", [HTTP_METHOD, "GET"], "message=" + message);
http_response(key indentifier, integer status, list metadata, string message)
if(indentifier == request) //This is the return data from our llHTTPRequest() function in state_entry()
//And the PHP looks like this:
// You can do something with the received message.
$message = $_SERVER['message'];
// Now you reply with 'Received!'