And Speaking of Community...

As a follow-up to my previous post, I’d like to say “thank you” to all the people who proposed projects for my software consulting course this term. I’m sorry we weren’t able to find students to work on all of them, but I’m very excited by the ones we’re running:

Proposer Project
David Ascher Thunderbird Enhancements
John Adziovsky ClearCanvas Plugins
Scott Briggs GPU Programming
Mike Daly CT Surgery
Michael Feathers Feature Diagram Plugin for Eclipse
Karl Fogel Summarizing IRC Conversations
Shidan Gouran Jazinga VoIP Interface
Phil Hassey Galcon
David Humphrey A RAM Disk for Windows That Doesn't Suck
David Janes Python Jabber Library
Zeev Lieber PHP SlashID Plugins
Ryan Lilien Molecular Visualization Using the Wii
David Martell Firebreak Optimization
Elsa Marziali Exercise Games
Oshoma Momoh One Week Out
David Raggett Slidy
Paul Salvini Houdini Plugins
Ian Spence Cognitive Games
Peter St. Onge Evolutionary Biology support
Michael Terry Wiki Stats
Jane Zhang Social Services Mashup

You can follow the students’ progress on the course web site, or drop by Molly Bloom’s at 191 College Street between 1:00 and 3:00 on Wednesday afternoons to listen to their elevator pitches and progress report, watch their demos, and heckle. It’ll be a good place to recruit, and you might even seen Galcon on the big screen.

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