Toby Smith's Portfolio

Software Developer at PCMS Group and a Computer Science student at Plymouth University

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Amazon Alexa: Waterstones Book Recommender

Use this Alexa Skill to hear about book recommendations from the UK book retailer, Waterstones.

Amazon Alexa: Morse Code Translator

This Amazon Alexa skill enables Alexa to be able to translate phrases into Morse Code from English.

University Keycard System

In the first semester of my second year at university I was tasked with developing a program to control a door keycard entry system for a university in Java.

Amazon Alexa: Bitcoin Value

This is an Amazon Alexa Skill which tells you the current value of the Bitcoin currency in your Flash Briefing. The current conversion options are GBP, USD, and EUR.

Amazon Alexa: London Tube Statuses

This is an Amazon Alexa skill which tells you what the status is of each London tube and train is line by reporting any delays, closures, and updates and a brief and concise manner.

Amazon Alexa: Daily Pollen Levels

This is an Amazon Alexa skill which tells you the pollen levels local to you in the UK during your flash briefing. Like all other flash briefing skills, it can be reordered in either the Alexa app or on the website.

Amazon Alexa: Daily Horoscope

This is an Amazon Alexa skill which tells you a daily horoscope for any of the 12 zodiac signs during your flash briefing. Like all other flash briefing skills, it can be reordered in either the Alexa app or on the website.

Amazon Alexa: Current Moon Phase

This is an Amazon Alexa skill which tells you the current moon phase during your flash briefing.

Data Miner

This project was made as part of my university course: Computer Science and Video Games Development, and was for the module SOFT152. This program takes data files containing sales records and represents the data in 5 different graphs.

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