Management of a small team of two interns for the realization of a Parking Management Solution:
• Development of a mobile application for managing payment transactions of parking tickets and verbalizations (Android, NFC, phonegab)
• Development of a Back Office application for managing Agents, and all of enrollments operations of subscribers parking systems
• Study, design and implementation of a server application interfacing with the management system of the Parking Pay Stations and Barriers (Java J2EE (EJB), Shell Scripts, R&D Department)
• Organizing and conducting several meetings.
Development of the first free internship portal in Morocco : http://www.stage.ma. The reference and meeting point between students and companies in Morocco.
(Symfony2, Twig, Ajax / Jquery Doctrine 2)
Development of a Mobile Ticketing Platform : HPS-helpDesk-Mobile
(J2EE/MYSQL WNG, WURFL, JSP, JSTL, struts2, log4j)
People suffering from blindness are at risk each time they travel around the city, and one of the major problems they face is the risk of getting lost, that’s why we developed an application that has as an objective guiding a blind to get from a point A which is his current location to his target, a point B, using vocal instructions, and of course with a lot of functions that make the life more easier for people suffering from blindness.
The application is made from three Versions, the first one will be used by the blind person and it will be on his cell-phone, the second one will be used by the person in charge of the blind man, this person can either use a web application or the responsible version on his phone, the last one will be used by volunteers willing to help a blind in need.
Migration of an existing static site to a completely dynamic and interactive website that Implement Web 2.0 Features (Pagination, Add, Remove, Edit contents)
Project : Parking Management - Division of Marine Fisheries
(Oracle 10g, JSP / JSTL, AJAX, jQuery, CSS)
Development of the main web portal of Hightech Payment System company, carrying different services: - Badging, Reporting, Statistics, Location of Colleagues, Forum, Web Chat, Room Occupancy.
(PHP / MYSQL / LDAP AJAX, jQuery, pChart)
Development of a secure Back Office Inventory Management, which consists of a Customer Management Module (Orders and deliveries), User Management and Reporitng (PDF, Excel), Statistics.
(PHP/MYSQL, AJAX, jQuery, CSS, pChart)
Development of a Xoops web site, PHP/Mysql.
(PHP/MYSQL Xoops, Xoops themes, css)
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