Much of my most recent work can be found on Github - I'm alertedsnake.
An adding machine calculator for Android.
Note that I haven't done any Perl in a long time... and don't really intend to do anymore.
The slick thumbnailing program I used to use to make all my thumbnails and the index pages on this website. Now has tons of command-line options, and features for "blurbs" on the index page.
I've written an IRC bot. Yeah I know, everyone's got good bots out there, but I wasn't happy with running Yet Another Eggdrop Bot. So this one is all done in Perl, with Net::IRC, and a PostgreSQL database back-end. It does stuff like an Infobot does, handles authentication and Ops like Eggdrop, and even tends bar for you.
In fact, it's just been rewritten in Python, because I haven't done any Perl in years, and don't intend to ever again. Some things I used:
I wanted to encode MP3 files faster, so I wrote a few scripts that will distribute the encoding load accross any number of machines. It's pretty obsolete now since computers are so fast, but at the time, it was very efficient.
Here's a page of patches I've made to existing software, to "fix" legitimate problems, or just little things that annoyed me.
I figured out how to rip DTS-encoded audio off DVDs and store in FLAC files.
This is a Gtk interface to the X-10 device called a Firecracker.
This is obsolete. The software and X-10.
Back in 1996, I wrote this starfield program in C, for Dos. At some point, I decided to port it to Flash.
Probably your browser won't play this anymore.
Here's some junk written over the years, whenever I wanted to do something that I couldn't find a program to do. Some of this stuff has source code with it.
Most of the DOS, OS/2, and NT C stuff that has source code is written for Watcom C/C++ 10.6, coded and compiled on OS/2. Most assembly stuff was done with Watcom Assembler (WASM) from Watcom C 10.6, but a couple of these things were done with Borland's Turbo Assembler (TASM).
The Unix stuff was done with GNU C (gcc), on Linux.
Of couse I'll make no guarantees about any of this stuff.