Jeremy Fail

Web and Desktop Developer
About Me
Let me introduce myself

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Hi, my name is Jeremy Fail.

I'm a CSIS Student at SLCC, and Support Technician at SwipeClock Workforce Management. I am also a web and desktop software developer.

I enjoy writing programs, working on my websites, playing the piano and organ, and playing video games.


I am currently working on an Associate's of Science degree in Computer Science at Salt Lake Community College. I plan to get a Bachelor's degree once I complete my AS.

During my time at SLCC, I have found a passion in programming. While I am not as skilled at web-development as I am at desktop-based programming, I still enjoy it and love to showcase my work.

When I'm not at at school, I'm working at SwipeClock Workforce Management where I am a Support Technician. I help fix problems that our clients and partners may have. I used to work at Sprouts Farmers Market in the HR Department, so my HR experience coupled with my schooling helps me be efficient in my current job working at an HR Software Development company.

I have been playing the piano since I was 6 and the organ since I was 13. I love to play in my free time, although these days I don't have a lot of that.

My Work
Click the images below to see examples of my school and professional work

Music Database Screenshot Failproof Tech - CSIS 2440

The website I made for the CSIS 2440 course at SLCC.

Data Validation Screenshot Failproof Tech - CSIS 1430

The website I made for the CSIS 1430 course at SLCC.

Insecure Login Screenshot TrinityCraft Survival

The website for my Minecraft Server, TrinityCraft Survival.

Failproof Photography Screenshot Failproof Photography

The website built for my sister Jordyn for her Photography Business.

Dragon ADventure Screenshot Dragon Adventure

A text-based adventure game for Windows, Dragon Adventure was written in C# for the CSIS 2410 course at SLCC.

Ultimate Tic-Tac-Toe Screenshot Ultimate Tic-Tac-Toe

A crazy spin on a classic, Ultimate Tic-Tac-Toe was written in Java over the course of several SLCC courses.

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