Our project will be a website that generates compliments for users, when they click a button. The goal of our website will be to promote happiness and general good feelings of well-being.
Scrum Master: Lizzie Greene Product Owner: Dan Russell
Team: Dan Russell, Andrew Ney, Lizzie Greene, Emily Owen
This project will be utilizing a database to generate a random insult given certain user preferences. Unrestricted, the generator will display an insult constructed of random adjectives, verbs, and nouns. The user may select certain restrictions – for example, insult intensity – which limit the types of insults that may be returned
Scrum Master: Dan Lustig Product Owner: Dan Lustig
Team: Dan Lustig, Morgan Brown, Nick Randall
“Daily Ramen” will be a database to supply college students with diversity in their daily diet. Users will be able to search for recipes by ingredients, recipe name, and possibly other search criteria, as well as add recipes. It will contain reviews of the recipes as well, and possibly display prominent recipes.
Scrum Master: Jerome Mueller Product Owner: Ian Hill
Team: Holly Wilsey, Jerome Mueller, Ian Hill
Computer Science Conference Finder
A web app that tracks and shows CPSC conference names, dates, locations, and costs. There will be a form to create entries, and we might end up with some self population if we can find an API or two. It will allow for searching and sorts, and might even populate.
Scrum Master: Cody Reibsome Product Owner: John Kadyszewski
Team: Cody Reibsome, John Kadyszewski, Candice Benshoff, Sean Placchetti, Logan Wholey
Funny Trivia Repository
This will be a website that contains a database of random funny trivia collected across the internet. It will include such categories as funny laws, graffiti, memes, and sayings. The website will allow the visitor to generate a random fact and submit and edit facts. The website will only allow administrators to delete things from the database.
Scrum Master: Annika Lewis, Product Owner: Russell Ruud
Scrum Team: Annika Lewis, Russell Ruud, Matt Arnold, Tori Nguyen, Desiree Samples
Track headaches in real time or manage a list of headaches after the fact. Useful export formats for use in coming up with diagnosis and treatment plans.
Scrum Master: Bryan Holster Product Owner: Chris Hunt
Team: Chris Hunt, Bryan Holster, Seth Taylor
Users can access a site to see other people around them playing a particular game. Users can also rate games to find other people who might also like the game to play with.
Scrum Master: Matt Stierhoff Product Owner: Sahar Alkhelaisi
Team: Jason Nemeth, Sahar Alkhelaisi, Matt Stierhoff
Description: A site for individuals, mortgage lenders, real estate agents, and financial institutions to monitor residential property status in the greater Fredericksburg area. It will include a database of residential properties and their attributes. The site will help to maintain records and suggest homes to the market.
Scrum Master: David Chambers Product Owner: Ben Frazier
Team: David Chambers, Ben Frazier, John Stanesa
“RPG Characters” creates a database which lists playable characters created by other players and character templates for people looking for ideas as to what to play, players who are new to DnD or Star Wars and just want to jump right in with a pre-made, and Dungeon Masters who are looking for easy NPC templates.
Scrum Master: Juliana Kim, Product Owner: Harry Rol
Scrum Team: Harry Rol, Juliana Kim, Sonia Obeng, Welson Jun
We will be building a database that students and dining staff can access to rate and report the popularity of various meals on the University of Mary Washington Campus. The database will hopefully have a website that any student can get on and submit a review based upon firstly the location, then the actual food.
Scrum Master: Douglas Radoye Product Owner: Dominic Perotti
Team: Douglas Radoye, Dominic Perotti, Zach Goodwyn
Students and clubs port activities and events that the community can see and vote on. The website displays what is happening on campus on a daily basis. After the day concludes, the data from that day will be removed from the database and display the next day.
Scrum Master: Dylan Cooper Product Owner: Scott Vaughn
Team: Dylan Cooper, Scott Vaughn, Tyler Hensley
Stockify! is a quick and dirty python API for storing stock information. The purpose is to allow users to track certain stocks stored in their database table. Our python back-end makes YQL (Yahoo Query Language) calls to the Yahoo Finance database which live-updates the stocks. The front-end website contains an area for submitting stock tickers to the database, as well as a “dashboard” for tracking one’s stocks.
Scrum Master: Colin Mackey Product Owner: Colin Mackey
Team: Chad Schmidt, Kevin Murphy, Peter Moerman, Colin Mackey
In lieu of a Trello page, we are using “issues” within Github, which are viewable on the right hand side of the project page.
Debt With Friends
SQL database and python front-end. The database keeps track of friends and their cumulative debts with you and your debts with each friends. information will be kept in a max of 3 tables that are linked in someway with python providing a login portal and user interface.
Scrum Master: Brennan Miller Product Owner: Austin Bouchard
Team: Austin Bouchard, Brennan Miller, Riley Starrs