I've been using an e-scooter to get to and from public transport, and it's liberating!
I live an anti-consumerist lifestyle - one that is focused on maximizing health, time, and money rather than the acquisition of stuff.
Xtendroid is a domain-specific-language for Android that I created for productive Android development
I was on the cover of a magazine, thanks to the work being done at IBM Research!
I developed Android applications as a freelancer, and offered particularly good value for small businesses and startups.
Pledger is a startup that aims to put NGO's in touch with micro-volunteers
Star Trek LCARS interface implemented on a Raspberry Pi with touch screen, using Python and pygame
PiScope is a House4Hack project, presented at ScopeX 2015, to do basic astrophotography using a RaspberryPi, Arduino, 3d-printed parts, and a telescope.
I built a dead-simple Arduino-based gym timer for my StringLifts 5x5 routine
My simple solar setup has been featured in articles on Fin24 and HTXT.
Resources for the Tech4Africa Android Masterclass presentation on 9th October 2014
I've been contributing to African School For Excellence, a school that is re-defining education
We built a smart watch at House4Hack. I decided to re-write the firmware and Android app from scratch.
SwimTime is a swimmer's timer that can help improve swimmer performance
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SA Events is an Android app I wrote that displays annual events in South Africa by province, allowing you to plan your outings.
BatteryFu is an Android application I wrote to save battery life (and data) on my HTC Dream (G1) back in 2010. It has over 250,000 downloads!
Two of my Blackberry 10 apps were featured in the BlackBerry 10 App world: SA Events and Folder Music. Both have above 4-star ratings.
SA Events is a BlackBerry 10 app I wrote that displays annual events in South Africa by province, allowing you to plan your outings.
I've come to realise that mobile app development is too difficult for beginner programmers, but it can be made simpler.