Portfolio, Programming

Pythonicus Addendum

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  1. Pythonicus
  2. Pythonicus Addendum
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In my previous Pythonicus article I briefly talked about my need to parse a list of NoSQL Databases at http://nosql-database.org. My solution back then was as it was presented in that article, using regular expressions to find child and sibling nodes. It was a bit crude but it got the job done.

I’m constantly fighting against the “get’er done” mentality on a daily basis so I’ll try to get the job done right this time by using BeautifulSoup. That’s actually where I left the article off so let’s see how tasty the soup is!

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Portfolio, Programming

Pythonicus

Posts in this series
  1. Pythonicus
  2. Pythonicus Addendum
  3. Pythonicus Finitum

I started to learn Python in May. I finished two introductory courses about it on Coursera. Then, after a summer full of indecisiveness and frustration about where I want to take my skills to, I came to the conclusion that becoming a data scientist would be the right move. I guess that was around the last week of October. Since then, I’ve finished a third Python course and the fourth one is starting pretty soon.

I can already feel that I’ve opened the doors to a whole other world about computing and programming. My feelings about Data Science deserves another article so I’ll only focus on Python in this one. More specifically, how I approached a specific problem and how I’ve been able to produce the same results with better tools.

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DigiScore AVP Productions

 

A Kiosk application for DigiScore, an AV production company from Australia. Main goal was to showcase the client’s videos through a pleasant interface. The application is flexible enough to understand images and videos and respect folder structures so the client can organize their content freely. It has virtual keyboard support for people to type in and send emails to the company.

Designed 
Yes
Developed 
Yes
Technologies
Flex, Adobe AIR
No flash installed
Portfolio

Are you Gulpible?

Hey there Gulp lovers!

I would like to share with you my first hands-on experience with Gulp. Hopefully, it’ll be helpful for those who are also new to this handy tool that can be quite frustrating sometimes. Before I go ahead and present my Gulp solution I should first present the problem and the need for it. So, here we go.

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Yilmazlar Ofset

 

A small Flash website where product list is filtered by different choices like paper type or brand.

Designed 
Yes
Developed 
Yes
Technologies
Flash, XML, E4X
Portfolio

Yigitalp Laundry

 

In this project, besides designing and building it, I also used Shared Object to store information since we couldn’t depend on Cookies. I integrated a contact form and a map system.

Designed 
Yes 
Developed 
Yes
Technologies 
Flash, XML
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Vargonen Technology

 

This was a monumental project where I hand coded each page in HTML and CSS. Two Vargonen employees assisted me in the back end implementation since it was the early days of AJAX calls so we made sure jQuery and DOM would be efficient and generated correctly according to end-user choices during server and other service purchases. We also used Flash as a font injection tool so page titles can easily be updated.

Designed 
No
Developed 
Yes
Technologies
HTML, CSS, Flash