Apps & Projects
In this page you can find some of my owned applications, collaborations with third-parties and university projects: all explained in just few links and lines.
My own applications:
- My School Manager: an app for students that allows them to take care of their school career granting them marks, subjects and timetables manage.
- Brain teaser: a cool card game that allows you to unlock new decks match by match.
- Sushi Cute Clock: a simple cute clock that has a sushi drawn with InkScape as background.
- Yummes Wallpaper: a nice LiveWallpaper that shows a cartoon panorama on your smartphone screen. It has been developed through the game library AndEngine and base functions offered by the android platform.
- WhatsUp: is a social platform that allows youngs to communicates with elders in a simple way. In particular I have developed the android app till to 1.7 version allowing it to take and share simple resources like messages and images to contacts managed inside the app.
- Portfolio & SmartLauncher: two android apps which allow students to interact with SmartCampus system. Through Portfolio, the user can build his/her own curriculum vitae based on university career and life experiences. With SmartLauncher the student can retrieve all the apps that are part of entire eco-system.
- WeddingSnap: is an american start-up which tries to involve mobile and IT into weddings world. Guests and friends of the groom and the bride take a lot of pictures which are added and shared in a common album. In this way we do a weight use of mobile phones and network allowing users to keep easily wedding album without caring of sharing problems.
- MyNextBus London: available both for Android and both for iOS is a mobile application that through minimalism and simplicity allows you to find easily the London bus stops around you referring to your current location.
- KSpaces: this was the first huge project where me and 6 other guys have developed a Java desktop application to allow KSpaces users to share files and connections through invitations and roles. All operations were done keeping data consistency and synchronization like SVN. (Software Engineering – Fabio Casati)
- Traffic Roundabout: using pthreads in standard C, I have developed with other two guys a traffic roundabout that manages precedences between cars those arrive or travel in it. (Operating Systems 1 – Bruno Crispo)
- Namibia’s Hospital: split and upgraded in 3 steps this was a project in which I have developed with some classmates a dynamic website that allows doctors and patients to consult the medical records, performing visits and vaccinations. All these kind of features were done using the most famous Java features/platforms/containers: android, Jersey, Tomcat and RichFaces (Web Programming – Maurizio Marchese)
- Array as LinkedList: I have provided, as a single developer, an interpreter extension written in OCaml that allows programmers to use declared Arrays as a LinkedList, granting them insertions, deletions, searches and updates. (Formal Languages and Compilers – Paola Quaglia)