My projects

Here is presented the most of projects I worked on

FoxTube

This is my first big project. And the first one published in Microsoft Store.
This is a Windows client application for YouTube

Learn more...

GUT.Schedule

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 Google

Learn more...

Tabs Aside for web browsers

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

View on GitHub

MiSmartAlarm

Smart alarm app for Xiaomi MiBand

View on GitHub

MotionDecoder

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

View on GitHub

ExtendedYouTubeAPI

A C# library which is used to extend the abilities of YouTube API v3

View on GitHub

GZipCompression

Console program which splits files into 1MB blocks and compresses them in multi-thread.
I made this program an intro challenge in Veeam Software

View on GitHub

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.

Visit website

XFox111.NET

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

View on GitHub