My final year project is finished, and with that, college!

Posted: June 1, 2016 | Author: Glen Keane |


Hey! This is just a quick update to let anyone who is interested know that I have completely finished my final year project! I have two things to provide to interested readers:

My thesis is available here.

The report for the planning and requirements is here.

The report for the formal spec is here.

The report from first semester is available here.

The presentation from first semester is available here.

The application used to be live at mediasync.io, but I eventually tore it down. The codebase is available here.

I was nominated for an award for the best final year project from Sun Life, but unfortunately I didn’t win it.

And with that, I’m now finished college! That’s all for that chapter of my life! :)

I’ll be starting with NearForm full time again soon. I’m excited to get back into the swing of things!


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Glen Keane

About me:

I am a 24 year old Senior Software Engineer from Waterford, Ireland. I work for a local web consultancy called NearForm, where I work with high performance node.js, scalable microservice architectures and moonlight in the devops world. I also like to play with Rust whenever I get the chance. I'm an honors graduate in Applied Computing from Waterford institute of technology. I also love gaming and often spend my evenings playing games like Fallout 4, Skyrim or GTAV, or hacking away on whatever takes my fancy.


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June 1, 2016 | My final year project is finished, and with that, college!
January 6, 2016 | My final year project first semester material is available!
November 17, 2015 | Realtime Browser Communications - Why WebRTC is not the choice for me.
November 12, 2015 | Realtime Browser Communications - Why use WebSockets?
November 6, 2015 | Deciding on frontend tools for my final year project.

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