Welcome to Boredom Software! The home of me, a single male with a compiler and way too much time on his hands.
I hesitate to take the title "software developer" since I consider myself a mediocre programmer at best. If you could see the code I generate you would know that this is not false modesty. That being said, I enjoy writing code a great deal and I like to share my creations, software or not, with people. Which is why this website exists.
Some of my programs are arguably useful, though perhaps unimaginatively named. There's VT Hash Check which is a Windows Explorer context menu addon. It hashes files and queries the VirusTotal API with the hash, reporting back to the user the results of the most recent VirusTotal scan for that file, if any. Another one is VolControl which sets the master (sound) volume when the user presses the configured key combinations, though support for Vista and newer is spotty at best.
Others are completely frivolous and serve no purpose other than existing. These include Blinkenlights, which shows a small rectangle of randomly alternating colored circles, and Picturizer which naively transmutes any file into a PNG image.
There are also several projects which are not full programs but rather useful components which can be imported into a REALBasic (the language I almost exclusively use) project. These include classes such as an FTP client socket REALstudio class a growing collection of canvas-based REALstudio controls.