An introductory workshop to InfoSec that I created and teach monthly
I volunteer at a Raspberry Pi group called the Northern Ireland Raspberry Pi jam who meet monthly to teach people of all ages workshops on programming, creating, computing and all other types of constructive things based mainly around open source hackable hardware such as the Raspberry Pi. This is the first workshop I've created and taught.
Chrome extension to combat phishing
An Open source network stres tool I contributed to
Low Orbit Ionic Cannon or LOIC for short is an open source network stress tool which I recently contributed an ICMP ping flood method to in order to contribute to the range of attack methods that can be tested and to properly participate in my first large open source project on Github.
A solution to an industry QA problem
During a placement at Intelligent Environments' QA team in Belfast, I wrote an extension to the Selenium engine in order to allow dynamic slider elements to be automatically manipulated so that a 3 hour + manual task could be turned into a 12 second automated task.