Arsene Wenger and the Twitter API

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WengerOut was my first proper foray into using the Twitter API to gather real time data. During the start of the 2013/2014 Premier League season Arsene Wenger came under a lot of pressure from Arsenal fans after a heavy 4-1 loss to Aston Villa. Many disgruntled fans took to Twitter to express their lack of… Read more »

iGoogle Discontinued – I might recreate it!

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A while ago Google announced that iGoogle will be discontinued, unlike previous Google products that have been discontinued (anyone remember Wave?) I actually use this product. iGoogle simply allows you to collate all your RSS feeds into one simple webpage, most use it as a homepage so that when they loaded their browser for the… Read more »

Dragons at Dawn Project

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Dragons at Dawn was originally a game I developed for a University module using web technologies such as HTML5 and JavaScript. While I was proud of the game I made I felt that I could do so much more with it, this is why I have decided to remake the game in the Java programming… Read more »