My summer at TCP primarily involved creating a running log web app and tuning their database.
I had a very interesting summer at Tavern Creek Partners. They were a very small company, so small that I was the only intern and reported directly to the owner of the business. With TCP being this size, I took on a number of different tasks for them throughout the summer. My main project, though, was creating a basic running log (aptly named 'MyRunLog') whereby users could record details about a run or walk they went on. I developed this essentially alone, with input from the owner of the business regarding changes he would make. It was created for mobile, but had a functional desktop site as well. I used SQL and PHP as the languages with MySQL as the database, and this was my first real experience with all three of these technologies. Of course, HTML and CSS were used here as well. This ended up being a great experience for me, as I learned how to create a working login process, how to save user entries in a database and be able to show them again at a different time, and much more. When I wasn't working on MyRunLog I would help with tuning the database for hayexchange.com, work on a mileage tracker, and any other range of tasks they needed help with.
Below you will find a few screenshots of how MyRunLog looked and worked on a phone.