In addition, I have experience with Shell Scripts and various online programming courses in Code Abbey, Codecademy, Project Euler, etc. I'm also always checking out various other languages and tech, such as C#, Polymer, ReactJS, C++.
At the moment, I am working primarily with Python using Flask and SQLAlchemy, along with some Java webservice development using Jersey, Maven, Tomcat and Jetty. Mostly in Ubuntu-based Vagrant virtual box and Git.
I always enjoy working on something and learning new things, so I often read books about software development and project management. Lately I've been re-reading Uncle Bob's Clean Code to see if anything new pops up after some more experience under the belt.
My favourite results so far have been:
- A working hardware controller (Atmel AVR 8-bit MCU) for automated Scalextric race car driving on a course with sensors for lap times
- The frequently updated website for my band, where I use the latest technologies I've learned. The latest version will use AngularJS with HTML5 and CSS3 with a back-end done in PHP 5 as a RESTful API.
- The several mini-games I have done on various languages. It's always fun to compare how similar programs are so different in various languages. Python and C# have been the most pleasurable so far.
One of my future targets is to do some more electronics tinkering with C. The goal is to create a quite literal drum machine, which will use an Arduino-controller actuator to swing a drumstick at the general direction of the drum. Preferrably with full MIDI control.
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