As a student, I am always working on a ton of projects. However, there are three clear different types of projects that I seem to spend my time on: Personal, Professional, and Academic. Personal projects are my own endeavors, Professional projects are done while I am working for some employer, and Academic projects are ones that I did for a professor while attending college.
- torus – a decentralized peer to peer program. Programmed in C.
- lemon – a lightweight and embeddable web server. Written in C++ this project is in its last stages of development, and will soon have an alpha release. Its SVN is here.
- Reactivity – a multi-node sensor and design network written using WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation). This is the project that won the Microsoft National (USA) Software Design Invitationals.
- Puzzle Solving Framework – Designed for the last sequential programming course at RIT, the project, aptly named “puzzle-solver,” can be found in its most recent release from here. Written in: C++
- Die Rolling problem – this solves the die rolling problem as proposed in this post. The code can be found on that page as well. Written In: Common Lisp