COMMERCIAL MULE CONNECTOR FOR IBM I (AS/400) MAINFRAMES
This connector enables IBM I (AS/400®) mainframe integrations with ordinary Mule applications and is available here. A...
MANAGEMENT CENTER OF TELECOMMUNICATION INFORMATION
The Management Center of Telecommunication Information project involved the implementation, design, and support of...
INFLUENCER MARKETING SOLUTION
This influencer marketing solution allows small and medium-sized companies to engage local influencers and to use their...
ALGO TRADING SOLUTION
This project is an algorithmic trading solution that uses four major crypto exchanges, custom order building, and...
Skills and Qualifications
- Spring Core
- Spring Data JPA
- Spring Security
- Spring Boot
- Apache Commons
- MySQL Workbench
- IntelliJ IDEA
- MS Visual Studio
- MS SQL Server
A Platform for Inventory and Order Management
This application is based on the Attribute-oriented programming (AOP) methodology. Daniel actively participated in designing and implementing its component architecture, as well as in the design, implementation, and correction of the UI design. He also created Unit tests to test the software components as well as writing the necessary project documentation.
A Smart Visitor Platform
A platform that collects statistics of visits to various events and the responsiveness of visitors to various notification methods (SMS, phone, VK), before then ranking them by interests. Daniel took part in the development of the system’s architecture and implementation of its new functionalities. He also was engaged in the development and implementation of the software’s frontend features on the Outsystems platform.
Biometric User Recognition System Based on Facial Landmarks
This project is a biometric recognition system that uses facial landmarks to determine identities. The project involved designing a new module in the client’s existing software that allows for the recognition of people by their faces. Daniel took part in the design of the system’s architecture, as well as in the creation and implementation of the module’s layers. He also was closely engaged in the test development process.
“Game of Thrones” Online Game
The “Game of Thrones” web application provides an opportunity to immerse yourself into an exciting world of battles and intrigue, alliances and betrayals, and much more, all by taking actions that affect the users’ abilities to give orders, the supply of troops, and the overall power of each house. Daniel took part in the design of the system’s architecture and the creation and implementation of the game’s layers. Also, he actively developed and ran all the tests.
Workload Planning Optimizer for a Car Service Station
This software project is a scheduler and a calendar application that is designed to maintain documentation relating to the repair and maintenance of cars. It also allows users to plan and track the current status of the provided services. Daniel took part in both the design and development of the system’s architecture. He was personally responsible for implementing the majority of the planned user cases.
“DarkCom” Desktop Messenger with Message Encryption System
This messenger application allows users to exchange text messages via encrypted communication channels. To guarantee the protection of messages even if the server is successfully hacked, a set of certain R&D investigations was conducted in which Daniel took a major role. He also participated in the system’s architecture development. However, Daniel’s main tasks were to implement the message encryption system and the whole application’s UI.
“File Transfer” file-sharing service
This application allows users to exchange short text messages and files of any format and size. Its interface is designed much like the style of a messenger app, where files are displayed as messages along with their text counterparts. Large files can be downloaded in the background at the user's request. Daniel took part in the implementation of the system’s architecture and functionality. He also was engaged in designing the interface too.
This automated system was developed to facilitate the work of a group of freight shippers. It stores all information that goes between the supply and the delivery departments, as well as to other interested parties. Daniel took part in the design of the system’s architecture and the creation and implementation of the module’s layers. He also was engaged in the test development process.