I started working for Blick.sg after i emailed them about multiple exploitable flaws in their Payment systems, which allowed me to recieve items worth thousands of dollars for 1 cent. I found other exploits which would allow me to bid for items and win, without my name showing up on the item to the public, and exploits that were able to stop and crash bids while they were in progress.
During my time at Sunlight Sports i wrote an Android Application that was intended to be run on android tablets at all Li-Ning stores across India as a Product Assistant. This application would ask the user to answer a quick questionnaire and it would recommend the best badminton rackets based off of this questionnaire.
At Live Well Collaborative i built an android launcher for iNOMobile. They were building a tablet aimed at the older generations, hence they needed a launcher to make the experience easier for the older generations
At Brackets for Change I led multiple workshops, and mentored multiple people who attended these workshops. At Brackets for Change we try to spread the programming culture in Singapore. We believe in teaching these people how to change the world, one bracket at a time.
My best works.
Fruumo New Tab Page aims to make the new tab page offered by google alot more productive by giving you more information right when you open the web browser.
Fruumo Download Manager gives you a much cleaner User Interface to manage your downloads, and has many features to help you manage your downloads efficiently and automatically. It also include a multiple link downloader.
Fruumo Tab Manager was designed for people who have tons of tabs open all the time, and provides features that lets the users manipulate their tabs from a central UI.Search, close, pin, move to new window etc.
A website which let its users convert their favourite Youtube Videos to mp3 format. Came with it’s own chrome extension that’d let the users convert it right on youtube.com, and it’s android app that would let them do it right from within the Youtube Android App.
This was a project i did for my tuition center, that would allow the management of students efficiently, and allow the Students and their parents to contact their teachers with ease. It had a complete graphing system to graph the student’s performance over time in their tests, a receipting system that’d allow the center to issue receipts to the parents, and a messaging system with attachments.
It was released around the time Siri was announced for iPhones, and it was designed to mimic the “Siri Experience” on the browser. It’d give the users a voice assistant activated by a hotkey within chrome, allowing them to look for locations, translate text, look up words meanings, search for websites, and essentially control their browsers with their voices.
This project was thrown together over a weekend, as a challenge to myself. It is designed to help users in a small party add to a youtube playlist from their phones, while the party host’s computer was connected to speakers. It would let users upvote and downvote the youtube videos, and push songs up or down in the list, all this is being done live, with live updates across everyone’s phones and on the nice UI Displayed on the PC.
Jeans was the first full-fledged Pocket(formerly read-it-later) Client for windows 8.
It was essentially a 9Gag for the super popular 7 second Vine Videos. It would let users submit, up-vote and down-vote Vine videos, complete with a trending, New and Hot Pages, using it’s own algorithms.
This website was the first service i wrote that was designed with a massive amount of users in mind. It was written with it’s own load balancer that i wrote, this load balancer was able to spin up new servers when the load was too high, and kill servers when the load didn’t call extra servers.
This was my Grade 10 Final Project. It was basically a set of Java Classes written to make learning java a lot more approachable, by simplifying alot of the basic functions even further. I wrote an IDE to accompany FACT Engine and make it even easier as it’d add the necessary code to allow you to write JAVA as if it were a scripting language. I ported and simplified it over for it to run on Jailbroken iOS Devices on the JVM written by Saurik.
NoQ was written at another NUSACM Hackathon, it didn’t win but was included in the article about the hackathon on a famous tech blog. NoQ was designed as a way to beat queues at restaurants, doctors, hospitals etc. It would allow the users to “get in queue” by scanning a QR Code, and they would receive a notification once they were in front of the queue.