Credits and Thanks
Let it be known that I don't try to be selfish. There are many people and places that I have to thank here.
- Someone up there
- This should be obvious.
- This is also obvious.
- North Carolina State University
- They gave me the majority of my education.
- University of North Carolina Wilmington
- My present college, I have recently been accepted to their graduate school program.
- Jboy AAA
- He has helped with private testing on the website, and also had a machine available that I could use.
- General good guy, he's provided friendship and support. Part of the website is in dedication to him.
- Another good guy, he confirmed data about the USB section of the website.
- Pump It Up: Pro
- Without this game, this website would not have existed.
- ANDAMIRO Entertainment
- They made the original Pump It Up series, and are still going strong with NX:A.
- Kyle Ward
- It was Kyle that helped make me realize the potential of such a web site.
- Ryan McKanna
- He has kept my head cool in previous endeavors, so I thank him again here.
- Jason Dread
- Another nice guy, he has brought traffic to this page in the past.
- Chris Danford and Kristina Proctor
- I can't separate these two, nor do I want to. Both of them were a big help.
- The other Pump Pro/StepMania Staffers and Developers
- Too many to name, but all have contribtued to the Pump It Up: Pro engine in their own way.
- He provided the original website space, and is a great PHP troubleshooter.
- He was an excellent guide for the old versions of my step chart generator.
- Another beta tester, he found some bugs that I was able to fix.
- His videos and statistics were of big help for me.
- Hatena Zubon
- All of his edits, especially for Hasse Mich, proved useful.
- TechPatterns' PHP & OS Detection Scripts
- My original source for user agent switching, their code is useful on any PHP page.
- The first redesign would not have taken place if it wasn't for this Python framework.
- While on Pylons, database queries became simpler with SQLAlchemy. They also became more fun.
- Symfony Project
- The second redesign was thanks to this PHP framework. The learning curve is easy to work with.
- Part of the 3rd series of this website, CodeIgniter is a slim framework that offers great flexibility.
- He helped design the latest look to Pump Pro Edits thanks to...
- JQuery UI
- Web development is made easier with their frameworks and widgets.
- A great web browser, it offers many add-ons/extensions for both casual and professional users.
- Apple's entry, it is sleek while also having powerful Inspectors.
- While not many use this web browser, it has helped with web testing in the past.
- Google's entry uses the same engine as Safari, but offers its own bells and whistles.
- An excellent text browser, ELinks helped confirm the website was functional with just text.
- One of the original text browsers, Lynx also helped with the text based previewing.
Other Fan Sites
- Pump It Up Pro Blog
- They were one of the first fan websites to link to back here.
- Pump Pro Plus
- Fellow fan developer Crevolous and I have helped each other exchange data in the past.
Hosts in our History
- Site5 Web Hosting
- The original host for this page, they've been good to me.
- Slicehost - VPS Hosting
- Anyone that requires a virtual private server should check these guys out. They used to host this website.
- If anyone ever needs a la carte web hosting, these are the guys to go to.
- My current host, I have many contacts that use them.