A blog about my Erasmus in the UK. It is more like a journal where I describe my whole study abroad experience for posterity.
This is my first blog ever. Among other stuff, it contains useful tutorials, namely, the LCOM tutorials which I am the most proud of.
DokuWeaki is a bundle of plugins for DokuWiki especially targeted for agile teams, supporting agile documentation and following the philosophy of weakly typed wikis, aka as Weaki.
Magnet Player is a site where anyone can stream torrents directly from their browser.
It uses WebTorrent - the first torrent client that works in the browser. WebTorrent uses WebRTC for true peer-to-peer transport. No browser plugin, extension, or installation is required.
Nutriscience is a project promoted and developed by the University of Porto in cooperation with several Portuguese Misericórdias and other institutions in health, educational and social domains.
WebCGF is a library developed by teachers at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto to support the computer graphics courses lectured primarily in the MIEIC: Master in Informatics and Computing Engineering.
A presentation covering almost all the new features of C++ 11. The presentation also contains ‘before and after’ code samples to demonstrate the language improvements.
The presentations used by me - in 2014 and 2015, respectively - when I lectured to 2nd year students regarding their final projects for the course of LCOM: Computer Laboratories.
These are the slides I used for the final presentation of Dissertation Planning at FEUP. It introduces the workplan and context of my Masters Dissertation at the University of Edinburgh with NASA’s Valkyrie.
A living organisms simulator using evolutionary genetic algorithms. Instructions and in-depth analysis of the simulator can be found here.
The little creatures in the simulation are more like paramecia than bacteria, as they reproduce sexually while bacteria do not…
A simple, but mesmerizing, 2D boids simulation.
A minimalist simulation of the Solar System to scale.
This is just my first try at building a CreateJS app.