Welcome to the personal website of Keith Ott. Here you'll find my ramblings and tutorials on software development, as well as a collection of side projects I've worked on throughout the years.

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Recent Blog Posts

New Game in Progress: Tic-Tac-Toe

Play Tic Tac Toe against a human or the computer in this early release game

It’s been a bit since I updated this blog, so I figured I’d post about my new in-progress project, Tic Tac Toe.

New Web App: Simple Stock Ticker

Check stock prices with this React web app

Simple Stock Ticker is a React-based web app that calls a .NET Core Web API, which ultimately pulls data from an open API. It allows you to see the latest price of a stock and some basic information about a company. Download the source code or view the demo here.

I Tried Google Stadia

Is this the future of gaming?

Google Stadia is offering a two month free trial of their Pro service, so I decided to give it a spin. For what’s sold as a hardcode gaming platform, in reality it’s a half baked solution in search of a problem.

How to Move a Window that's Off your Windows Desktop

A cool trick to move a window back to your desktop

Microsoft Windows has had a weird bug for years; sometimes, when you remote into a computer or unplug a monitor, one of your windows will get hidden off the screen and you’ll be unable to resize or move it. Here’s a simple trick I’ve been using for years to get those hidden windows back onto my desktop.

New Game: High Low for the Commodore 64

High Low ported to the Commodore 64

I’ve been reading Ready Player One lately, and it inspired me to dust off some old Commodore 64 programming knowledge. I decided to port High Low to the Commodore 64.