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Brad G
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Blackpool - UK
Born July-31-1983
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C++, ASP, Java, HTML, PHP, ADO,
network administrating / engineering
Graphic design

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22 May 2007
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CamSnap V2.0
this is the new version of camsnap which has yet to be released.

CamSnap 1.0 is on alot of sites and is proving to be quite popular.

Rebellious Productions
Taking pictures with your Webcam has never been easier. Thanks to camsnap, your camera is displayed on your screen, and you simply click take picture. It will then ask you where you would like to save the jpeg image and your done.

Version 2 additions:

a timer built in,
a picture preview displaying the last six images taken.

(IMG:http://www.newcreationrecords.co.uk/images/camsnap.jpg)

excuse me modellin it lol ... a face for radio (IMG:http://www.boot-land.net/forums/style_emoticons/default/dry.gif)


although i have tested this alot myself, im releasing this as Beta to you.... just with so many operating systems and webcams available i cant sit here and say it will work fine for everyone until a thousand or so have tried (IMG:http://www.boot-land.net/forums/style_emoticons/default/thumbsup.gif)

please let me know what you think of this application, your feedback is as always appreciated.

Download here! ( you may need to copy and paste this link in to your address bar)
http://www.newcreationrecords.co.uk/images/camsnap2.zip
19 May 2007
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std::cout << "Hello, world!\n";
lol..... remind me of the first C++ application i ever made...

anyway..

HEY PEOPLE ! (IMG:http://www.boot-land.net/forums/style_emoticons/default/thumbsup.gif)

in case you didnt figure it out from my username on here, my names Brad.

i work as an IT Specialist self employed subcontracting to a handful of different organisations.

spend the majority of my time doing:

installing networks and maintaining them (IT Administrator / Engineer)
C++/java/html/sql/php/asp/ADO
Graphic / Web Design / Databases & designing custom software

in my spare time... i do the above. lol ok and spend some time with my other half and the son.

Living in Sunny Blackpool - UK

ive posted a couple of my applications on the forums for you guys to have a play around with.

in a bit (IMG:http://www.boot-land.net/forums/style_emoticons/default/cheers.gif)
19 May 2007
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Sky Broadband Netgear Cracker
when you sign up with sky for broadband they send you a router which has your username and password encoded in to it. if you phone sky asking for your username and password they will not give it to you as they only support the netgear router you supply, and want to prevent you from setting up a different router to connect to the internet with. this is all very well... unless you do not like the netgear router. personally i have encountered countless problems with pop3 and smtp settings through this router, and my clioents now want to get rid of it, and use a linksys wireless router.

after some research, i found out that the username and password can be extracted from the files on the router, and to save you the time and headache, i made a program to do it for you.

designed this application on my lunch break today,

hopefully it will be of use to you guys.

Regards

Brad G

(IMG:http://www.newcreationrecords.co.uk/images/pic1.GIF)



Download Here!
19 May 2007
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Beeping Bios Codes V1.0
a little program i made to make my life easier when dealing with POST ( power on self test) beep codes.

sometimes ive found myself in a position where the internet is not available to look up a code, so i coded them nin to an application for easy offline browsing.


simply click on the beep code pattern from the list, and a definition will be displayed in the bottom window telling you about the problem.

(IMG:http://www.newcreationrecords.co.uk/images/bbc1.jpg)

Hopefully it will be of use to you to (IMG:http://www.boot-land.net/forums/style_emoticons/default/wink.gif)

Download here!
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