I have been building desktop and website application for almost 20 years now. I created Henry’s Software to share some of the projects I've created over the years. Please fill free to download any of my application and give them a try, also if you are a developer check out my VS Controls page and Codebank.
Back in 2002 I started learning VB.Net so I could build some desktop applications for the company I worked for. At first it was just a small log program and a very simple website in HTML/CSS. After a few years I began to improve on these applications based on the research and knowledge I had gained. I Built several other applications over the next few years; one was a program to query a database to generate reports and I also added the ability for customers to log to our website.
In 2010 I started rebuilding a SCADA system in order to control the flow of water through a 250 mile long canal system. The first thing I had to do was write the code for the RTU’s which is a small computer at each location on the canal system then I started writing the code for the SCADA system itself, about 30,000 lines of code later and a whole lot of tweaks and improvements I was finished. I also had to create a database to store historical information and configuration settings for each location.
In 2016 the company I work for had an AR system that was built back in the 90’s and now it was time to upgrade, so I started building a new AR system to print statements, accept customers payments, and manage property information for about 8500 parcels of land. It took about a year and a half to complete the project and another six months of tweaks and improvements.
In conclusion I have since built multiple applications and websites, some of which can be found here for you to try.
C#, VB.Net, ASP.Net, HTML, CSS, Java Script, Java/Android, Structured Text, Function Block, Ladder Logic, and Learning PHP.
Visual Studio, Visual Studio Code, Android Studio, UEStudio, Notepade++, ISaGRAF, and PHPStorm.
SCADA/Automation system for a 250 mile canal system, Equipment service program, Windows backup program, www.pvid.org, www.henrys-software.com, and more