Camping - Instagram

Camping images from Instagram

Troy MacNeil

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Just a few camping images from a couple of years ago. May be getting a little late in the season now but there is always next year:) A post shared by Troy MacNeil (@troymacneil) on May 29, 2015 at 3:39pm PDT Attempting some coastal camping. Great night so far. A post shared by Troy MacNeil (@troymacneil) on May 28, 2015 at 3:22pm PDT

Late morning.

NSLC Wine Recommender

Portfolio - NSLC Wine Recommender

Troy MacNeil

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Developed in Java EE 6 with Drools rule engine. Deployed on Glassfish running on RedHat Enterprise in 2014. Standalone microsite integrated with host via JS & iFrames. Imported inventory and promotion data from daily SAP extracts. Wine Recommender Wine Recommender Admin

Troy MacNeil

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Developed as part of a project to provide local volunteer fire departments with free websites. Supported separate subdomains and themes for each department. Written in Java EE 6 and deployed on JBoss WildFly a single instance supported all sub sites. Each site included a blog, image gallery, event calendar and more. Department Administration Panel

Retro - Instagram

Retro Instagram Pictures

Troy MacNeil

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Just a couple of images from a few years ago. Love the retro filters on Instagram. Driving out along Boisdale. A post shared by Troy MacNeil (@troymacneil) on Aug 11, 2014 at 10:36am PDT Grand Narrows. Still getting the hang of this camera. A post shared by Troy MacNeil (@troymacneil) on Aug 11, 2014 at 11:23am PDT

Opera Neon Site Icons

Delete Opera Neon site icons

Troy MacNeil

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Just a quick note. I’ve been experimenting with Opera Neon and generally liking it apart from the occasional annoyance. One such issue is with image selections for the tag cloud. Usually they select a reasonable image but for many blogs they simply choose the image from the first post which isn’t always ideal. In those cases I’d like to delete or change it but since that option isn’t provided (deleted sites return with the original image) I did a little digging.