Projects

Here you can find some of my projects, experiments and applications in which I have worked. Although many of them may not be a perfect and bug-free implementation for its purpose, they all include new concepts that I wanted to learn.

(2018-Present) Competitive Programming - (Java, C)
Since I started my Computer Science degree at the university, I began to practice efficient programming by solving problems from online judges like Acepta El Reto or UVa Online Judge, the majority of them coded in Java.

The history of problems that I have solved is here.
The code for almost all of them is here.

(2019) MMM-EMTValencia - (JavaScript)
Module for MagicMirror, a NodeJS application to display several information panels on a transparent mirror, which gets updated estimations for bus stops in Valencia (Spain). Mainly coded in JavaScript.

The code for this module is here.

(2019) Santander's TUS estimations - (HTML, CSS, JavaScript)
Website created to provide information about bus stops in Santander (Spain), with estimations for each bus line. This little project was created as a first contact with JavaScript, using MapboxGL and GeoJSON to represent data on a map.

The map is available here.

(2019) Parcheesi - (C#)
An implementation of the popular board game Parcheesi, which is playable locally with up to 4 players. The whole code is done in C# with the experience acquired from previous projects.

The download is available here and you can find the code here.

(2017-2018) CS:GO Multilauncher - (C#)
Small application developed in C# to manage different external server providers for CS:GO, a shooter videogame.
It was my first serious programming project and approach to graphical interfaces. The application deals with registry calls, object-oriented programming, and JSON parsing.

More information and the download is available here.