IT and computers in general have been always been the highest interest for me. I remember even when I attended primary school I already was the family's tech support and IT consultant. My main interests are software development and system administration.
During my high school studies I have been introduced to programming (C++) by my IT teacher and I immediately fell in love with it. Actually I have been "coding" way before my first programming lesson, as I was making smaller websites (mainly in HTML and PHP).
I have learned to use C# on an intermediate-ish level, so I use it for my advanced IT graduation exam which I successfully completed with a very good result (88%).
Currently during my CS studies at UCN we are using Java.
» I am providing Web Development, System Administration and IT Support services to several smaller businesses as well to private individuals.
» I have my own personal small business registered, as Poseidon Services (CVR: 40971459)
» Delivering food to customers of the Wolt platform from different restaurants
» Finding the best route between the restaurants and customers while keeping in mind safety and efficiency
» Ensuring food safety regulations and making sure the orders arrive in time
» Took customers’ orders by recording requested menu items, substitutions and add-ons.
» Ensured compliance with company service standards, including inventory and cash control procedures.
» Utilized approved food recipes and production standards to ensure proper quality, serving temperatures and standard portion control.
» I worked at this restaurant during the summer break, after I graduated High School until I moved to Aalborg.
» Developing the company's static website and regularly updating it
» Managing the domain name and web server for the website
» Developing the website of this organisation continuously between 2014-2018 as a volunteer.
» Helping them develop and manage web applications, including a Joomla based website and a web app for tracking the results of dog agility competitions.
» My class is: DMAI0919
» Our main courses are: Programming, System Development, Technology and Business
» The development tools & programming language used in the first two semesters were: Java (with Swing for GUI), SVN, Microsoft SQL Server, UML. We were using the UP methodology during our projects.
» Now, in the third semester, we're going to use C# with .NET Framework as the programming language. We are going to use XP / Scrum methodologies for the upcoming semester projects.
» After I graduate this programme in January 2022, I'll continue my studies with the Software Development Top-up (Professional Bachelor's degree) To see more details about the courses I took and my grades in them, check out the Completed courses part of this website. To see the exam projects I've done, check out the Projects part of the website.
» I've done three early graduation exams, which follows as:
- Informatics (intermediate level): 90% - 5 [June 2018]
- English as a foreign language (intermediate level): 97% -5 [June 2018]
- Informatics (advanced level): 88% - 5 [November 2018]
» The only remaining exam (which is relevant to my field of interest and current field of study) was:
- Mathematics (intermediate level): 91% - 5 [June 2019]
Our group we are designing and developing a filesharing system, called OGO Filesharing as our 3rd semester project during the Computer Science AP program at UCN. This project demonstrates everything we've learned in the first 3 semesters, in the Programming, System Development, and Technology subjects. For more information about this project, check out our GitHub Repository.
Our group designed and developed a warehouse management system for Tevos Drugstore as our 1st year project during the Computer Science AP program at UCN. This project demonstrates everything we've learned in the first 2 semesters, in the Programming, System Development, Business and Technology subjects. For more information about this project, check out our GitHub Repository and the Report we wrote.
Grade achieved: Grade 12 ECTS credits: 60
I used the Mailcow suite and a rented VPS to set-up my own mailserver, which I now use for 90% of my messaging. This service is running in docker containers, and is currently serving 6 domains with (4 are my own domains and 2 are for two different Hungarian companies).