Community is an invite-only social networking application designed for community organizations such as local networking organizations, churches, and friend groups. This app was created with another Java developer and an iOS developer in three weeks as our final project. The Java back-end is a set of web services that connect a relational postgres database to the iOS client.
During an Iron Yard hackathon, we were given the task of creating an event networking app where a user can check in at events. This app uses a relational Postgres database and a set of webservices to connect to the iOS front-end. There were two Java developers and one iOS developer in the group.
Web Chat Client is a chat application built using Spring that allows users to communicate from client to server as well as send message responses ensuring delivery. This was an individual weekend project during my time at The Iron Yard.
The Bank was a weekend assignment that allows any number of users to create any number of bank accounts and perform transactions on those bank accounts (including withdrawal, deposits and transfers). This banking system will also save each user’s bank account information to file, so that when they come back their account information will be retrieved automatically. It will also accrue interest on a user’s bank account if it’s an account of type savings or retirement.