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bio website seancannon.com
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I'm a veteran web application developer with a an extensive skill set and experience including corporate identity creation, website development and database infrastructure design and implementation, website design, secure e-commerce deployment and management, load balancing, unit testing, functional testing, analytics, and marketing. I also have several years of experience managing accounts, developers, and projects, and have worked with teams both on and off shore.

While the early stages of my career were on PHP with focus on server-side applications and database architecture in a LAMP environment, I've since been primarily focusing on building rich JavaScript applications with Node, Mongo, Redis and Socket.io on an Nginx stack in combination with front-end tools such as Angular, Bower, Jasmine, LESS, RequireJS and others. I regularly take advantage of tools such as Grunt and Vagrant to optimize my workflow and ease collaboration burdens. I'm also a certified Titanium developer for Appcelerator with experience building mobile apps on iOS and Android and enjoy dabbling in game code via ActionScript3 in Flash and ObjectiveC in Unity in my spare time.


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comment If I have a directory of JPEG's, how can I create one long stitched image?
Just to follow up, the intended use was to apply it as a background image to a div, and have javascript slide it over incrementally at a set frame rate, emulating a movie film strip. JPEG seemed to cap out at like 65000px wide/high. Thanks again.
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comment If I have a directory of JPEG's, how can I create one long stitched image?
Quick question - I can only save as .psb, .raw, or .tiff. Trick to save as jpeg?
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accepted If I have a directory of JPEG's, how can I create one long stitched image?
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comment If I have a directory of JPEG's, how can I create one long stitched image?
Oh, I was mistaken - I tried it and I can totally select all the files at once. I thought you meant I had to open all 450 files individually. Thanks!
Mar
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comment If I have a directory of JPEG's, how can I create one long stitched image?
Ack, I was hoping for an automated solution, even if it's not Photoshop. The closest I got was File->Automate->PhotoMerge. Is there not a way to batch load image files onto the canvas?
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asked If I have a directory of JPEG's, how can I create one long stitched image?
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