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The most popular programming language on the web. I learned JS in a web programming class during the first year of my degree. I can't think of a single project I have made that doesn't make use of the langauge in one way or another. The projects below are mainly just simple web applications, but with some notable JS scripting built into them.

Notable Projects

Exam Bank Spring 2015

Exambank is a website providing study materials for students in Engineering, Software Engineering and Computer Science at Concordia. The project started in my first year as a means to pay it forward and to give back to the community by providing quality study material for future students. From its humble beginnings, today it reaches around 2 thousand students per month during the regular semester and generates roughly 10 thousand page views per month during exam periods. A pretty simple JS script allows me to update and maintain contributions from other students more effectively. This also permits the website to be hosted statically for free on GitHub without having to pay for server space.

Tweet Author Summer 2018

Ask a neural network using a library written in javascript called Brain.JS and trained with 4783 tweets to recognize if the author of a tweet was @realDonaldTrump or @JustinTrudeau. It is very inaccurate and the only thing it manages to get right often is when Prime Minister Trudeau posts a tweet in french. Regardless, it was a fun project and a nice first learning experience with machine learning. Also, I created a pretty nice twitter scrapper for this app. I will be revisiting this project after having taken an AI class in the Fall of 2019.

Just Having Some Fun

Fall 2018

Emoji Calendar

Winter 2018

Metro Exit

Fall 2017

Cat Wallpaper

Fall 2017

Emojify

Summer 2017

Binary Clock

Winter 2017

Binary Converter