Laureta - Programmer - Alangilan, Batangas, Calabarzon, Philippines

Mark Anthony Laureta

Alangilan, Batangas, Calabarzon, Philippines


My passion is computer programming. I'm fascinated by it because of it's logical consequences, the unbreakable rule of "if and else" statement and the traceable execution pattern of each code that you can see under hardware level.

I love making 2D desktop games but I mostly work in business application systems and databases, though this isn't the field that I would like to stay for the rest of my life because it's quite boring.

I can easily adapt to other languages as needed as well as the frameworks to be used for the sake of productivity.

Recently I've been developing Android applications for the graduating students of my former university school.




Self proclaimed programmer.
A fan of developing 2D Desktop games especially in my preferred language.
I also work in graphics programming under the native API OpenGL.

Work History

CEO / Founder

My own company

From June 2011


IGP Online Reservation

The concept of this application is to improve and automate the old process of ordering products in the Batangas State University IGP office where it consumes more time and hassle for the customer. This application tends to lessen the paper works in recording and storing transactional records.

Mobile 117

It's a GPS Tracker named "M117 Monitor" and "M117 Tracker". Basically, they are two separate applications. The first one is an interface of a widget with a single button only. It is suppose to be use for non-police people only. Once you tap on that button, the phone will automatically locked and you're giving some of your basic information like name, contact number, email address, your current approximated location in the police officers and the permission to track you down for the last 30 minutes signaling that you're in trouble. On the other hand, the other app is intended for police officers only. What does it do is it monitors all of the non-police who "tapped" on the widget button, they can see the non-police, police officers and their self via Google Maps each of which have a markers indicating in w/c organization they are belong to i.e police, non-police and the police him/herself. For the non-police, they will be queued in the "list of victims" and in GMaps. They can also see some of your basic info like I said lately, while the co-police will only see them in GMaps along with their current approximate address.

Mobile Tomb Locator

What does it do is, you'll search for your deceased loved ones and it will give you a search result, base on that, you will filter out w/c is more familiar to you then the app will generate the 2d grid map ( not Google map ) and will trace the path from where you at and the tomb you're looking for. It's great advantage is, you will not be needing an internet connection while using this. Just download all the necessary files(w/c is automatically once you start the app) and you're done. It is pretty simple app and easy to use. It is designed to use for a certain cemetery only.


An application extension, high-performance built for OpenGL applications that prints a textured font with the help of BMFont Generator (

-Built in BMFont parser
-BMFont cache (font factory)
-Text parser (to display in different colors)

Note: If you like to see the file, you can PM me here.

AI Chatbot

Time spent: 1week

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Snake (ASCII version)

Time spent: > 2weeks

Tetris (ASCII version)

Time spent: > 2months

Breakout Game

Time spent: > 1day

Unblock Me

Time spent: > 3 days

Candy Crush

Time spent: > 20hrs

Qualifications & Certifications

BS Information Technology

Batangas State University

Batangas State University

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