Continuing our collaboration with San Jose State University (SJSU), this week we would like to highlight a project developed by Steven Le who is a 4th year under graduate student pursuing BS in Software Engineering at SJSU. This project was developed under the guidance of Dr. Jerry Gao who is a professor at SJSU and was developed in a span of three days. This goes to show that even students with no prior knowledge of the JavaFX language or design experience could pick up JavaFX and create something really simple and usable. The project being highlighted is a typical Calendar Book with ability to flip pages, add pre-loaded icons for various events such as birthday, meeting, dinner etc, and Inline text editing to add a new appointment.
More about Steven Le - in his own words :
I'm in my 4th year at SJSU pursuing a BS in Software Engineering. My interests include learning about new technologies, especially in mobile and web development. On the side, I like to mess around with digital design and multimedia type things. Outside of computers, I can enjoy the more active outdoor activities like scuba, water sports, camping, hiking, and sky diving, but most of the time, I'm playing regular sports like basketball and tennis. Basically, I'm just into trying new things.