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I have built and released quite a bit of software, ranging from gaming to productivity.


As I build, I write, especially in the technical space.  It helps me learn and offers an opportunity to share with the community.

Web-sharing tools

I’m using this post as a reminder on which tools are helpful for improving social and search networks. Facebook Object Debugger: Use this to ensure that Facebook is scanning the website properly.  Especially useful for ensuring the preview image appears properly. Google Webmaster Tools: Shows you what Google sees when crawling the website.  Also includes…


Getting query string parameters with AngularJS

Generally, AngularJS does make it straightforward to analyze query parameters.  However, getting there is not so obvious.  Here are some hurdles that I recently overcame when researching and implementing. You must put your module in ‘HTML5 mode’. Code can look something like this: app.config( [ ‘$locationProvider’, function( $locationProvider ) {    // In order to get…


Transferring a website only

With BluePrint-Q, I’ve generally been taking on clients’ websites and their domain names.  This past week, I took on TBS Automation.  They have a number of other services associated with their domain name (e.g. mail, SSL) that did not make sense to transfer.  This article notes how we did this: TBS pointed their zone file…


If you are also a coder, you might find one of my libraries to be a useful addition to your next project.


A library for use with Windows application development. Includes functionality that works with Microsoft’s WPF and will surely make any application easier and more fun to develop.


A library for use with Javascript, MySQL, and PHP. By also using ski.jump, a CSS generation wizard, you have a robust package to help jumpstart your next website.

Classified Works

Every project translates to more experience.  These are some of my experiences.


Try, try again – it’s the motto of any good Entrepreneur.  Here’s where I’m currently focused.


With over 700 games created for the Nintendo Entertainment System, I am on an adventure to obtain every officially-licensed, North American game cartridge.

Mix collecting with an improved 8bit-radio, an outlet to produce awesome gear, and the enthusiasm of my generation to create something cool –!

This venture is In an Alpha stage.  Stay tuned!


Magic: the Gathering is the largest, most successful trading card game ever sold. As an avid collector, finding a feature-rich, dependable application has been difficult.

I’m at the point where I want to raise the bar on collection applications with today’s standards in technology.  Tentatively, I call this Argivian Archive.

This venture is in a proof-of-concept stage.


Website development has been an interest of mine since the days of Netscape Navigator.  Fast-forward twenty years and the technology has grown rapidly.

As an avid WordPress user, I’ve built a framework that solves several design and development issues with the most respected technologies.

This is now a live product and can be downloaded here!


I’ve shared a lot about what I do and where the future goes from here.  Now it’s your turn.

Are you a venture capitalist?  A programmer?  A marketer?  Or maybe just someone that wants to say ‘hi’?

No matter what your reason for being here – feel free to drop me a line.  The best way to do that is through email.  You can do so by emailing directly to:

dan (at) suleski (dot) name

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