Here's a list of my more impressive projects, but you can visit my Github profile to see a full listing.
Me and a few of my friends just finished university and so we have decided to go interrailing around Europe. On this blog I am chronically our journey. We are planning to depart from London and take the Eurostar to Brussels. There we will catch trains to Amsterdam, Hamburg, Plön, Copenhagen, and Stockholm. Finally we will be flying back to London on Ryanair. Our planned route is roughly as follows:
This project demonstrates the ability to visualize, and trace transactions through the Bitcoin network, evaluating three different methods. Namely poison, haircut and First-In-First-Out (FIFO).
To achieve this, a web application was created to first build up a network graph representing Bitcoin addresses as nodes, and transactions as directional edges. This allows the user to easily grasp the history of any given Bitcoin address, and then trace any transaction either up or down the graph.
Setting out to improve audience participation in lectures, this project aimed to help engage audiences by improving presentation flow, to maximise learning potential. Researched learning theory and different technologies to make the most of this opportunity. Decided to create a modern, responsive web-app designed for instantly sharing content, with interactive elements, to the entire audience.
For the mass deployment of the Internet of Things to be a success, a global standard for machine to machine communication needs to become established. This report explores the oneM2M standard for Machine to Machine communication, researching its capabilities, how to make use of it, and ultimately builds systems upon it. Using them, data streaming, live video, and federation are put to the test.