As of June 2012, this site has been placed in stasis, and I'm just storing some older projects here. My current personal projects may or may not be added to this particular site.
- Dominic Jesse
B.S. Computer Science, Roosevelt University, 2011, Chicago, Ill.
- Mr. Schelling's Neighborhood. Used two-dimensional arrays to demonstrate Nobel Prize-winning-economist Thomas Schelling's work. Specifically, this program demonstrates his theories on neighborhood integration. C++ and Java.
- Conway's Game of Life. After I wrote Schelling's Neighborhood, one of my teachers suggested I program this famed automata. C++ and Java.
- Hammurabi. This was the first true empire-building computer game. It's extremely dated now. C++.
- The Logic Engine. I'm really proud of this one. We covered logic in discrete mathematics, and for my final project, I went all-out and used object-oriented design to create clues that interact with each other and form new clues. C++.
- Sudoku Solver. Uses backtracking to solve the puzzle. C++.
- Wound Card Generator. The army and other groups use these cards during combat simulation. C# and Java.
- Published Android Apps. For my first published (and free, open source) Android app, I created a very simple reader based on some suggestions I received. Future projects will be listed here as well.
- Errata on Dreamweaver.
Copyright 2012, Dominic Jesse