We all have great ideas for nifty side projects. In DUCSS we want to create a community where creators and tech enthusiasts can support and inspire one another. Our Technology Showcase events are held once a month for all our members to show off their work and ideas. This page serves as a hub for our showcases and everyone that presents at them, so come and get a spark of inspiration or find out where to start!
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16 March 2016
Reverse Engineering the new Leap Card App for Fun and Absolutely No Profit
Rory Flynn www.bit.ly/1R4rDC8Initial findings from reverse engineering the new Leap Card app, showing how to decompile, then modify and run Android apps.
C# > Java
David Phillips zantier.netsoc.ie/c...I hadn't done much Java before coming to College. It seems very similar to C#, but over the past few weeks I've been compiling a list of the ways in which it is less convenient.
PixelCity: A light civ 5 clone made with LibGdx
Oisin Carroll oisincar.netsoc.ie/...Currently just a map-generator, I hope to finish it and publish it as a multiplayer online game (maybe). It generates looping worlds based on real-world geographical data (temperature distribution/biomes/altitude maps.). Refresh the demo page to create new maps.
Patrick O’Boyle github.com/PatrickO...Playing around with a language based around coding in emojis
Reactive Web Apps with Elm
Conor Brennan elm-lang.orgAn introduction to functional reactive programming in Elm. What functional programming has to offer front-end development.
23 February 2016
27 January 2016
Real Time Web Apps using Functional Programming
Conor Brennan github.com/c-brenn/...It's a little keyboard in the browser that lets you play in real time with everyone who is connected. I wanted to experiment with web sockets and see how to build web apps using functional programming.
Intern Application System
Irwin Garry github.com/irwingar...A Ruby on Rails application to allow companies to post internships, which students would be able to apply to. I created it to learn backend concepts, like MVC and how that relates back to a database.
Spotify Chromecast Client
Eoin Houlihan youtube.com/watchThere was no Spotify Chromecast client when I wrote this so I went ahead and used libspotify to make it happen myself.
Building an iOS App in 5 Minutes
Peter Meehan github.com/22a/DUCS...A quick demonstration about using the Ionic Framework to rapidly build mobile applications with little effort.
A Basic First Person Shooter in Unity!
Aaron Jenner github.com/kleptodo...I wanted to learn how to create a first person game in unity for one of my group projects, then I got bored so I learned how to add some basic combat mechanics to the game.