[Seaside] Re: A potential success story. Or just a cool thing to look at.

David Zmick dpzmick at gmail.com
Thu Jun 30 05:16:00 UTC 2011

One more note, the passwords are not encrypted in anyway so don't use
anything real.

On Thu, Jun 30, 2011 at 12:14 AM, David Zmick <dpzmick at gmail.com> wrote:

> I am a high school student and I am going to be a senior this year. College
> seems pretty competitive these days, so I figured that if I want to get a
> computer science degree(which I do), it might really help with admissions to
> have some sort of project I have done to show off. So, my dad and I
> discussed it and we came up with a project idea. The project is simple:
> create an extremely user friendly decision matrix style decision analysis
> tool.
> Next I whipped out my high school programmer skills and attempted to make
> this thing. I discovered I don't know nearly as much as I would like to, but
> I have a functional version of my tool running(hopefully it still is by the
> time you read this) and I would like you guys to check it out and tell me
> what you think.
> So here is my college admission/pretty useful seaside app:
> http://which-one.org
> things I know need working on:
> - enter button needs to work, hitting enter breaks things or does nothing.
> - I should make focus jump to the text boxes in lightboxes.
> other than that i have nothing else that I have found wrong, so please
> please find more things for me to learn from!
> thanks in advance.
> --
> David Zmick
> dpzmick at gmail.com

David Zmick
dpzmick at gmail.com
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