What I did from 2008 to 2009 during my studies?

It was the 2nd of my 3 years of engineering school, at the Institut Supérieur de l’Électronique et du Numérique (ISEN), in Brest, France, in a software engineering specialization.

Between partying, sleeping in class or working on my personal projects, I also did some stuff in order to have my degree. Here is two of my last works.

Database project

Deployment of an incident tickets management system The purpose of this project was the study of a database management system *(SGBD)*, and the design and development of a website managing incident tickets, with users and administrators access. The *SGBD* used here was **MySQL**, and the website was coded with **PHP**, **HTML** (4), **CSS** (2) and some hidden **javascript**.

You can retrieve the report here (in full French)

Virtual Lab project

Deployment of the Virtual Lab, part of the project Emulaction

In june 2004, a study has been done concerning the students of the ISEN-Brest in order to better understand the way they use their laptops. This study revealed that 80% of the time they used their computer was for surfing on the internet, doing school work or playing video games. From this study was born the idea to create a system of learning through an online video-gaming tool.

In 2005, the ISEN set up a Virtual Electronic Laboratory (VELab), in order to give the users the possibility to do electronics experiments in a 3D environment, on the web. Very innovative and answering most of the needs, it still has some problems: the user had to install the 3D rendering plugin , and the Java plugin creating the link to the server. Moreover, the techno used in 2005 were, in 2008, obsolete, as the Microsoft Java virtual machine.

The Virtual Lab was developed in VRML and the sharing of the labs between several users used an obsolete technology: Deepmatrix. The work asked was to find a way to make the virtual laboratory up to date and usable.

You can retrieve the report here (in full French)