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My main motivation for my projects has always been that I wanted more than what was available. When I first started, cost was a big limiting factor in what software I could obtain. Being able to write my own has always made me excited.

All my software has taught me something, even if the project was abandoned. Often, an abandoned project led to something better. I have never intended to distribute what I write; yet the few that I have released have been well received.

Many websites have reviewed my programs and I have received quite a few awards. I will never forget when Lifehacker first recommended my program Scott's Gmail Alert and I was overcome with requests.

Everything that I release is virus and malware free. You can feel safe that anything available here is safe.

Thank you for taking interest in my projects.

Hello, I'm Scott.

Please take a look at my resume and visit my LinkedIn page. If you would like to contact me, please do.

I am a hard worker in whatever it is that I am passionate about. In my free-time I enjoy writing software to better my understanding and improve my own productivity. I have released a few of my projects to some success.

My latest venture has been bicycling. With the purchase of my new bike, I have been riding 12 miles daily to improve my health. I have been nominated as an environmental leader for my dedication to bicycling instead of driving, and my success at reducing energy use and action towards recycling. In fact, I sold my car to replace it with my bicycle.

Computers are my true passion. I love the feeling of being able to make a computer do what I want them to do. I started in middle school writing code using QBASIC. In high school, I spent most of my time writing a game in multiple languages yet never finished it; The game was called The Dead Army and taught me a lot. Another project that has had some success is Scott's Gmail Alert. Unsatisfied with the programs at the time, I wrote my own; it became very popular and spawned a number of other developers to develop their own versions. What once was a limited market has turned into one with many options.

I continue to explore computers to this day.

Thank you for your interest.

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