All my side projects. Made mostly for fun, learning and/or personal usage.
For those who prefer to hand-craft their site, think of JS as an extra rather than a necessity but still would like to keep a blog without the headache of indexing everything by hand.
Personal header-only C++ library.
Various reusable components created and adapted from past projects such as math functions, logger, data-structures and data-types, wrappers, I/O, and CLI tools (e.g.: a parser) amongst other experimental things.
Primarily made for myself for future personal projects and as a learning playground.
Web page media finder and downloader that allows crawler url, media url and file extension filtering capability as well as specifying a depth level to the search.
Made it to play around with python.
Personal Java library of reusable components.
Includes a customisable logger and some data-structures.
Collection of system shell scripts for arch linux.
Shell Script to batch watermark and/or resize photos.
Open-source project contributions.
Room booking software for conference buildings.
Projects done in the scope of my Masters Degree at King's College.
Prototype proof-of-concept desktop software for indexing files to a multi-dimensional relationship graph for the purpose of mapping out files, events and people to each other (social graph)
Letter set generator and sequencer read simulator.
Made primarily to test and compare with original data sets deBruijn graph construction.
Group project done as part of University (KCL) with the goal of creating an urban traffic simulation of connected road networks. Highlights include:
Projects and coursework done in during my time doing my Foundation and BSc Hons degrees at Birkbeck University, London.
Desktop tool for the beta version of the Elite:Dangerous game to keep travel logs and find paths in game space. Some highlights:
Developed for the final year project BSc Computing at Birkbeck University.
Assignments made as part of the Software Paradigm module 2014 at Birkbeck University.
Coursework and experiments done during the Computer Networking module 2014 at Birkbeck University.
Assignments made as part of the Software and Programming II module Birkbeck University.
Final year Foundation IT degree project consisting of creating a website for a client using Wordpress.
Wordpress theme built up (essentially created) from a bare-bone blank template using XHTML, CSS and some light use of PHP scripting