Drinking Caffeine is a frequently updated tech commentary by Martyn Chamberlin.
I’m Martyn Chamberlin, a software developer. I have an Associates of Science in Information Technology from Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Northeastern State University. My days are filled writing software and solving real-world problems. This perspective is what drives the contents of Drinking Caffeine.
Apps & Projects
Most of the software I write is closed source and for others, but here are some viewable projects that I’ve worked on.
Yearly - Yearly is an iPhone app that lets you systematically read your Bible in a year, with daily readings from both the Old Testament and the New Testament.
Distance - Distance is a tool that connects to Strava’s API and lets you know how far ahead or behind you are for a custom mileage goal in cycling or running for the current year.
Quillify - Quillify lets you share movies you’ve watched in an interface that’s as drop-dead simple as Instagram’s. It’s still a work in progress, albeit a functional one. Currently I’m working on a native iOS app for Quillify in Swift.
Don’t Muck My Markup - Don’t Muck My Markup is a WordPress plugin that lets you disable all auto-generated HTML markup from your posts and pages on a page-by-page basis.