This project allows users to upload, manage, and present images to their fans. It's similar to DeviantArt if the website only had one user on it. Users can directly upload images or automatically scrape images from their Twitter feed using Twitters OAuth 1.1 API.
Intercepts RSS feeds and automatically scrapes the content from the listed site and emplaces it within the feed. Also scans feed for keywords, regex's, and XPaths to filter out of the RSS Feed. I found that many sites use a similar HTML template when creating low quality content, and XPath is perfect to detect this format.
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I was in charge of managing the school's webpage, uploading and editing files, and instructing other faculty on how to operate the CMS. I learned about web accessibility, modifying images for the web, and debugging front-end issues.
I helped students work on projects written in Java, HTML, CSS, C++, and Assembly. This includes being able to fallthrough algorithms, read other people's code, explain computer science topics, and debug effectively.