Meadows Software Systems

About me

I'm a full-time computer science student and programmer. I have always taken great pride in my education as well as the quality of my work. I have been programming for over 10 years and consider it my specialty.

I've travelled almost everywhere in the United States, and hope to travel out of country someday as well. I started volunteering for an animal rescue at 16, and couldn't be happier with everything we've accomplished. I practice guitar and just recently learned how to perform percussive guitar! I wish to learn fingerstyle (classical) guitar sometime.

My Software


  1. Hotkeys and Hotstrings — AutoHotkey Version (free)

    This software stores user-configured hotkeys (which run things or activate windows) and hotstrings (that delete user input and inputs a specified string as the user). For a program of its caliber, it is a very useful and reliable program.

  2. Hotkeys and Hotstrings — Java Version (free)

    This piece is a replica of the AutoHotkey version, and is in an Alpha development phase. Please test it and give me input!

How do I inquire or ask a question?

You can email me for inquiries at I work with Windows applications mainly, but I also frequently work with web applications (using server and client-side languages). To see my résumé, please send me an email with:

Your software is broken, can you help me?

I'm available 24/7 for high-priority issues, especially those that impact business. Of course, all of my customers' comments or concerns are important to me. You can call or text me at (828) 237-2246 or email me at anytime.

Thank you for considering me for your project. I look forward to hearing from and working with you! You can learn a little more about me here.

About Me

A Brief Introduction

I work full-time with a manufacturing company that supports about 40 different locations across the US et al. This experience has helped me gain a more thurough understanding of enterprise computing and understand the need for automated computing in business.

I taught myself how to code in a scripting language called AutoHotkey, starting at about 13. Previously, I was exploring memory heaps with Cheat Engine and playing with different processes as the system allowed—I had so much fun! I then matured in AutoHotkey, eventually branching out to Java, PHP, mySQL, JavaScript, Python, and now a little VBScript—with that diverse experience, I can create custom solutions that work on many platforms with different advantages.

I offer a full money-back guarantee and 24/7 software support. My contact information and some other preliminary information are listed at My Software.

A brief history of the guitar

Since the guitar was invented in the 12th century, it has become a staple of mainstream music. Standard guitars have six strings, and 19-24 frets, each a half step higher in pitch. Though there are many similarities between acoustic and electric guitar, there are also many differences. For example, electric guitars typically have more frets so they can play higher notes, and plug into an amp to produce sound. Since guitars are a very versatile instrument, they are used throughout almost every genre, from mariachi bands to metal music. I was introduced to guitar several years ago through a close friend, and have loved playing ever since. My favorite type of music to play is alternative rock, and I prefer to play acoustic.

Evolution of the airplane

The first successful flight recorded was The Wright Brothers in 1903. The plane they invented was the first functional plane, and was very basic, consisting only of glider wings, a single seat, and a simple engine. Overall, it was only capable of holding about 700lbs. Now, most commercial aircrafts can easily hold hundreds of passengers, have dual engines, and many new safety features. Nowadays, flying is commonplace and we rely on airplanes for vacations, war, recreational activities such as skydiving, visiting family, business travels and many other adventures. My interest in flying was piqued when I was 16 and rode in an airplane for the first time, travelling to Oregon.