BrewSource is a Raspberry Pi driven system for monitoring and controlling
your beer fermentation, using your phone or computer.
Written in Python for monitoring, on top of a MySQL database for storage.
The website is implemented using Sails.js.
It reads data from your Pi's temperature-sensor, and also allows for live monitoring with the PiCamera!
A system for managing students and their progress in a course
For a project involving three different courses, my team developed an
application for teachers and students to keep track of progress in a course.
The application was written in Java EE, on top of a MySQL database. The front-end Java application was implemented using JavaFX. My team planned the development of the system, using Scrum amongst other techniques.
This application is written in Sails.js, and is part of a series of
individual assignments in the course ISQA-4380. The application aims to help
financial advisors manage their customers, where they can buy and sell
stocks, as well as keep track of other assets the customers may
I've used an API from Markit On Demand, which gets the current market price of a given stock. To achieve this, I'm using a stock symbol supplied by the user (when buying a new stock, for example), to look up the LastPrice and Name from a JSON file.
For example, if you want to look up the last market price for GOOGL (Alphabet Inc), you'll send a request to this link.
A project I made for my Raspberry Pi, which displays the two next bus
departures from a given bus stop, real time.
This project was written in Python. Using BeautifulSoup to scrape HTML off of
a website, it displays real time departure times for buses at the supplied
Using a Display-o-Tron 3000 to display the information, the user can see the next two departures from a given bus stop.
This project was written as teaching material for the course IS-308, Internet Technologies.
This application runs in Docker with the framework Sails.js, using APIs from YouTube, SoundCloud and Musixmatch.
This project was written as teaching material for the course IS-308, Internet Technologies. This application runs in Docker with the framework Sails.js, using APIs from YouTube, SoundCloud and Musixmatch, allowing you to browse music and lyrics from your favorite sources in one search. A Katacoda tutorial was made for this project, which can be found at https://www.katacoda.com/mortea15/scenarios/1