Below is a list of some of the different projects I've created or have previously been apart off. From my time in GMIT I completed a number of different projects which might interest you.
I worked on the Feraco.ie website for my father for my Thrid Year Individual Project for college.
This was the first site I made which was created with php which allowed me to make it completely dynamic and connect it to a MySQL server and make the content update-able for my father through an interface.
For my Third Year Dynamic Web Development course I had to make a website that interacts with a MySQL server. I decided to make the site about a fictional Transportation service called Hallen Transport. For the project I then made the site into an employee dashboard.
I made an app using the Ionic Framework about The Vault, An up and coming indoor skate park located in the heart of Galway City. I did this for a Mobile App Developent class Project.
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During college in second year I started fixing phones for friends and other people through Facebook. Then for my third year Multi Media Project I had to create an App using Adobe Phone Gap and deploy it onto an Android phone, I decided to create the App on Glavins Gadgets as a method to showcase my ability.
In second year I made a site about a fictional resturant for a Group Project.
I made the template for the site with boorstrap, created the image of the front of the resturant and other graphics for the site in Photoshop, I also made a video off of making a burger for content for the site.
I created a blog in second year about Photography for my IT Professional Skill class.
In second year, I had to make this site for a Group Project so we created it for a friends father who wanted to start his own furniture repair company but he never went through with hosting it in the end.
In second year I created a 30 second video ad for an Audio Visual project. I based the video off of a product promotion video such as one you would see on A Samsung advert.
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Made this site in first year for a GUI & Web Dev class, I created the logo and graphics for it and made my own styling for the site.
I chose to make it about building computers for someone who hadn't before. I went into detail about choosing the components and then how to put the components together.
In 2012 during Transition Year while in Secondary School I did Work Placement in NUIG along side myself and two of my friends where we got to make a website.
While I did the coding for it, myself and my friends wrote articles for it.
Born In the 90s, I've Been using computers for as long as I remember, when I was young I used to sit on my mother's lap while she'd use the computer to check her emails, from doing this I became entranced by this machine. From 2004-2007 during the summer I went to a camp which showed children how to use basic Microsoft Office software, this is where I first used a Broadband connection! Coming from the country side in Ireland where DSL was only introduced in 2008 and dial up was used before that, this new connection gave me an appetite for computers like nothing else. I loved sites like Google, YouTube, Miniclip, Flixster and Apple's website's. I loved the way they worked and after using them for a while I wanted my own little part of this world which I could call my own, I soon found out about Content Management Site's like Blogger, and WordPress and started making my own blog about games and videos I liked. In 2008 for my 12th birthday after months of begging my parents and then working off the debt by cutting the grass for. My mother and father bought me my first laptop this is when I learnt to code basic Command Prompt batch files. After completing primary school I bought a Xbox 360 with my confirmation money and fell in love with being able to play Xbox with friends over the internet.
Before I got the Xbox, I had played games sporadically, having had the PS2, Wii and Game boy consoles and having had friends that had most of the others I was always spoilt for choice as to what games I wanted to play. When I first got my 360 I was stoked with the ability to connect to a party of people and hang out and play games from anywhere. The first game I played for hours on end was Call of Duty Modern Warfare. I loved this game so much that I started looking for videos of the game on sites like YouTube and found out about all these people who uploaded videos of their game play. My self and a friend decided to make our own version and tried to make a trick shot video. With-out any recording equipment, So I placed the DV camera my family owned on top of a stool and started recording our self's play. Using iMovie to put the clips together I learned how to edit videos and then we started uploaded the video footage onto YouTube. After finding out about pro mod videos from YouTubers I got into playing Call of Duty Modern Warfare on the PC and started to love the ability to play in modded servers. I honestly blame COD 4 pro mod alone to me wanting to move onto building my own computer which I did at the end of 2011.
When I got my first laptop back in 2008 I learned about building computers from videos on YouTube from NCIX and CNETS channel and more. I spent ages looking at the parts you need to build a computer and found out so much information about the process to build PC's from forums online that when I had the chance to build a PC in 2011 I took the dived into the deep end and put together a sweet rig which I'm still using parts of today. After building my rig and the graphics card due to it beeing DOA, I have continued to love building computers.
I'm currently located in the west of Ireland and living in Galway while I complete my Bachelor Degree In Computing And Digital Media @ Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology.
I am currently looking for work to add to my portfolio and am available to be contacted through email at the link below, Or If you would like to talk to me please send me an email in regards to the subject of your call and I will get back to you as soon as I can.
Also feel free to check out my social media profiles at the links below.