I also have been learning web design, which has come in handy.
Other stuff on my GitHub, mainly stars for interesting projects. GitHub is a great place to find and share examples of code and usages of (obscure) libraries.
Uni was full of Maths, Physics and Electrical Engineering subjects. But, as computing students, we're obviously more interested in the computing subjects. Course projects included building a terrible Connect 4 game in Java, endeavouring to implement a pipelined processor with VHDL, and building a scalable video transcoding service on AWS.
Some videos survived from Uni:
- A line-following robot using Lego NXT - From first year, when no-one knew anything about anything. I think the aim of the course was to stimulate team work?
- COMP2121 'Microwave simulator' coded entirely in AVR assembly code - From second year. Just the tip of the iceberg of "tedious project work". Sadly COMP2121 has been replaced for new students 🙁
Any software that I've released are fuuly certified:
* yes, this is a joke