I have created a number of projects, most of which are open source. Here you'll find links to them.
I've written a range of books on a number of different topics, and self-published them. They have been translated into a number of different languages and read by thousands of people worldwide.
Rainglow is a collection of over 300 color themes for a dozen or more different editors and software. It's used by thousands of developers, and made it to second-place on Product Hunt at launch.Star
A collection of colour schemes generated for a number of different editors and software. Downloaded by over 100,000 developers. This has now been replaced by Rainglow.Star
A PHP port of the scientist refactoring framework invented by Github developers.
A document with metadata parser for PHP. With support for a number of different formats.
I've created repositories on github for the purpose of teaching useful coding techniques. Here's an example of the repositories that help new coders to learn about dependency injection and test-driven development.
Sometimes I use these repositories in tech talks at meetups!Star Star