My passion for technology has made me start(and most of the time never end) a lot of projects. When I was younger I was interested in a lot of what was hardware modding and I remember making a lot of computer cases mods, as well as GameCube and Wii cases mods. I also did a mouse/pointer for using with the wiiboard project. For a complete list of my projects you can go to my GitHub page. Some of my most recent projects include:
While working on my capstone project for IBM I got very familiar with OpenStack as well as Devstack for deploying quick clouds. My personal solution for the complexity of Openstack as well as the limitations of Devstack was to create installation `units` for Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. Teststack allows you to use a set of scripts to automate most of the aspects of OpenStack that are usually done sequentially.
This is a tool that allows for the automatic creation of drawables resources for the different screen densities in an Android projects.
Flood Monitor Android App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=flood.monitor
As part of a my Databases class I started an app that would work as a mobile version for the Overland Floor Monitor developed by the CS Department. Later I got the option to work in this project full time and that is what I am working on right now. This project is going really well and I hope to release it soon.
This is the page for my work on Mech Tactics, a game where you develop an AI to conquer the map. As of now the game is “complete” but I am working in a complete rewrite that I should be releasing later by August of 2012. In the meantime the game is open source and is hosted in Google-code.
Mech-Tactics 2: https://github.com/cesarramirez/MechTactics/
Mech Tactics kept growing but I thought it would be better to host all my projects in one place. The next version of MT will be hosted in Github. This time I will include support for both turn and real-time gameplay, as well as both tile based maps and vectorial maps with collision detection. The game engine is ready but I havent done any games yet. I may use this project for a school project. I will put everything up once a game in done(August-September)
Collaborative real-time editor developed in Java. This application started as class project
with two more friends, the three of us worked together to develop this application and followed the
industry staandarts for software developemtn. The project is very well documented and it has a testing
Android app developed as a job interview problem in around 4 hours. It will parse an rss
feed and it will display it using fragments. Currently I am reworking the XML back-end so some aspects
may display incorrectly.