Websites

Mike Pellittiere

Mike Pellittiere

This is my personal site, the one you are on right now. Initially, I developed it using the standard Visual Studio template. I redesigned it during my Intro to Web Development class, exclusively using HTML, some widgets, and very little javascript. Now, the website has been converted to PHP to make it modular so it is easier for me to keep it up to date. I wrote this website exclusively in Notepad++.

Jacksonville University Residence Hall Association

Jacksonville University Residence Hall Association

While going to Jacksonville University, I helped to rebuild our Residence Hall Association. When I took my Web Programming class, I jumped at the chance to make a usable, maintainable website for RHA. Developed in PHP, the website uses external scripts to be a useful tool for current members, residents, and other interested users.

Dakota Associates, Inc.

Dakota Associates, Inc.

This is the first site that I developed using Visual Studio. This was the standard template and I really liked the layout, so I left well enought alone. This was the inspiration for the layout that I used when developing my personal site.

Dakota Systems, Inc.

Dakota Systems, Inc.

The original version of this site was the first site I built completely by hand. First, I used Microsoft Word to create the website, before I even knew what programming was. Then, once I learned a few things, I crafted it by hand. It was frame based and looked similar to the current site. Once I realized that I could use .aspx to have a master page, I transitioned, using Microsoft's Visual Studio.