Tomorrow morning is the final presentation of our semester project TechTrends. I posted several articles about TechTrends (see here) and I will definetely post one more after tomorrow. But for now, here’s our final presentation.
The presentation shows how we built TechTrends and covers different aspects of the development process. It talks about crawling Hackernews and Reddit, preprocessing and learning a model to query. We also describe problems, further ideas and many more. The presentation will take about 60 to 70 minutes (and everybody is still welcome tomorrow).
The presentation will also be streamed live on http://events.mi.hdm-stuttgart.de.
During the last four weeks I did another small project for one of my university courses this semester. The course was about ORM modelling and abstractions for databases. We did some exercies with Hibernate and discussed diefferent aspects about ORM modelling. At the end of the course, every student made a small web-project using a framework and ORM tool of his choice.
Most of us used Play! and ebeans to make their application – me too. I didn’t have any experience with Play! but it was very pleasent to work with. Togehter with Foundation CSS prototyping was extremly fast. And ebeans also did a great job. During the whole project I didn’t write any line of SQL – nice!
You can see a demo on http://tad.mi.hdm-stuttgart.de/. Just log-in as
123456 as your password to see a demo-account with some data.
My presentation about TAD: http://tuhrig.de/wp-content/uploads/tad/presentation.html
The code is available on my university’s own Git repository, but it is public:
git clone https://version.mi.hdm-stuttgart.de/git/TAD
Next Friday (July 26th 2013) the final presentation of TechTrends will take place at our university. The presentation will take about 60 min and will cover topics like architecture, crawling, data storage and front end design. Everybody interested is welcome (please send me an email before). Here’s the whole schedule for next week:
09.00h-10.10h Tech Trends (by Brand, Uhrig, Pernpeintner)
10.15h-11.25h Newsline (by Förder, Golpashin, Wetzel, Keller)
11.45h-12.35h Intellligent Filters for Image Search (by Landmesser, Mussin)
12.40h-13.50h Nao Face Recognition (by Sandrock, Schneider, Müller)
13.55h-14.35h GPU-driven deep CNN (by Schröder)
The presentations will take place in room 056 (Aquarium). I will upload the presentation to my speakerdeck account at the end of next week.