This is my first big project. And the first one published in Microsoft Store.
This is a Windows client application for YouTube
Cross-platform application project that allows students and professors of SPbSUT add their timetable or timetable of selected groups to e-calendars such as Outlook or GoogleLearn more...
Tabs Aside for Chromium
In the Edge browser, Microsoft has introduced a new feature called "Tabs aside" (or Tab groups) which lets you set tabs aside in a sort of temporary workspace so that you can call them back up later.
Unfortunately, in new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge, the devs decided not to implement this must-have-feature. So I've decided to create a browser extension which replicates this awesome feature in Chromium-based browsers
Smart alarm app for Xiaomi MiBandView on GitHub
This project is used to analyze videos from security cameras and shows short clips that contain detected motions.
I made this project during scientific projectы competition in the big data division
A C# library which is used to extend the abilities of YouTube API v3View on GitHub
Console program which splits files into 1MB blocks and compresses them in multi-thread.
I made this program an intro challenge in Veeam Software
Ej-Ik (side project)
Ej-Ik is a distance education platform developed by folks from SPbSUT.
My job for the project is to improve and maintain legacy code. In the nearest future, there's a goal to completely overhaul the existing code base and I will take part in this.
As much as I was digging into Software development stuff I realize that I need my own website. So I've started to work on it.
The technological stack was much simpler than now: HTML + CSS + JS (pure, because I don't admit this fancy framework shit). But since I decided to become a C# developer I thought it would be much better if I do this on an appropriate stack. So current choice: ASP.NET and Core MVC 5 and Visual Studio/UWP styling (say thanks for Consolas instead of Comic Sans)
Actually, there's much more on the site than it appears. You can go to GitHub and check yourself