Project Flanders is the development of an online social network
application for real-time content (e.g., tweets). The application
collects a firehose of real-time information, digests it, organizes
it and provides peronsonalized relevant content to end users. It is
currently under private testing. More details to be disclosed.
OkShell is a
command line interface for humans. In short, you can use your own
personalized human language command to perform any task that can be
done using a Shell
is a presentation that explains what OkShell is all about.
Quizzard is a
web-based quiz system which aims at making learning feel like an online
social game. This project was started by my student Alexei Frolov as a
Computer Science Implementation Project (CSC492) at the University of
Toronto Mississauga. Quizzard is currently an open-source software HERE
and more students have been involved as contributors.
BOLTZ is a mobile app that helps people train their mental math
skills. This project was started by my student Arsala Bangash as a
CSC398 project at the University of Toronto Mississauga. The BOLTZEngine,
the backbone of the BOLTZ app which generates math expressions, has been
released as open-source software
HERE. The Android
version of the BOLTZ app is available at Google