James Bush

As you probably already know, I am a software developer.

I started learning the BASIC programming language in 1983 on a Tandy Color Computer. In 1989, I built my first commercial PC software application in Visual Basic 4 for DOS. It was an audio editor named SX Appeal that was adopted by Alabama Radio Network and a handful of other radio stations. At the time, I was still in high school and didn't even own my own PC-compatible computer.

Later, I attended Holmes Community College in Goodman, MS and then Mississippi State University in Starkville, MS for Computer Science (Engineering, not Business).

Although I really enjoyed desktop development, I had an opportunity and switched to web development in 1999, where I used Perl to write a shopping cart. As the site grew, scaling quickly became an issue, and so I switched to PHP in 2001 and never looked back.

Current Projects

Titan Library for PHP 5.6

Status: Stable @deprecated

Titan Library for PHP 7.0 - 7.2

Status: Stable

Titan Library for PHP 7.3

Status: @Experimental