Graduated: July 2019
IslamNow is a cross-platform mobile that will allow any mosque to upload prayer times to a server and have followers access this information in a user-friendly way using a mobile application, removing the need for PDF print outs. This app will allow uploads to be parsed automatically on the server-side, and it will be a one-app design so ANY mosque can sign up to use the service. All provided for free. IslamNow is a side project and currently in the UI and processing development stage. It is a big task, myself and three others are on the job currently part-time as well as our normal day jobs, the aim is to launch in the first quarter of 2021
Código is a firmware distribution service built on top of the Ethereum blockchain and IPFS. Código natively allows developers to upload firmware for different devices and provides rudimentary search capabilities for users. Users can download firmware either by requesting a specific firmware image from a known developer or utilising a built-in web of trust model to automatically select a trusted developer.
A room occupancy sensor was developed with my friend, Rusab Asher , for measuring the number of occupants in a room and providing statistics to users such as the most popular time. This project was a full stack implementation using a Nordic board which received information from sensors, an Android device to act as a gateway and a Google Cloud Instance to process all the data.
Swipe 2 Sort is my final year project. A Kotlin Android app designed to make organising user’s many photos simple and fun. Swipe 2 Sort has been released on the Google Play Store!
Code for Good is a 24 hour, competitive event which tasks a team to develop a solution for an NGO. My group developed a web application for Children with Cancer UK, which assists their patients to communicate with one another in a safe, user-friendly environment.
The project involved working within a 7-strong group, designing and developing an autonomous robot from scratch, using an EV3 mind storm which was controlled by multiple Android Devices.
quickSMS is an Android App I co-developed with my friend, Alex Shand. quickSMS was written from scratch, using the emerging language, Kotlin. Studies were used to help design and improve the UI interface. The app has subsequently been published on the Google Play store for the public to enjoy.
The very first Android app I developed, Songle is a location-based game, where the user walks around collecting words in the University of Edinburgh central campus, obtaining the words by going close to markers.