Here is a quick update on what I've been working on lately:
- I've started a project with the Jones institute, which would become an app for pregent women in the Jones hospital system
- I've also been researching bluetooth technology. I want to invent a product that could revolutionize child safety, and I think bluetooth is a great medium for this. However, I've found bluetooth is not ubiquitously understood, and can at times be hard to understand. So I've been doing quite a bit of studying into how the protocols, and hand-shaking works. Something that is likely going to be my most difficult project to date, but quite possibly the most rewarding. More info to follow
Smaller, less time intrusive, projects:
- Studied some of the new API's in iOS 6 via Ray Wenderlich's new book
- Some work on connecting a Parse based backend to a website, in order to facilitate a technological approach for the CHCS Academic Team
- Some updates to the Cape Henry App
- A basic mac app to get my feet wet. I had never done Mac programming before.
- Worked with 6th Grader JR, on submitting his first iPad app to the Apple App Store
- I'm very interested in building a physical Tetris game. So interested, I think I'm going to start shopping for parts. It would be a rather large build, plus a fairly complex programming task. However, I found some great starting points online.