Vladislav Pomogaev

Engineering Physics Graduate

Tag: programming

  • Craigslist Housing Scraper in Python

    This project is a set of Python scripts that record and display trends in Craigslist posts, specifically rental housing around the Vancouver/UBC area. By setting a URL it can scrape listings in any geographical area. The listings are saved to a tinyDB instance (basically JSON file) and can be loaded into a Pandas table for […]

  • Club Database Website

    Club Database (found at clubdatabase.net) provides a clear, up-to-date, searchable list of clubs at UBC. The website indexes clubs, design teams, associations, societies, fraternities/sororities, and sports teams, so that students from UBC can easily search and find what they are looking for. You can also review student organizations on Club Database, which offers student organizations the […]

  • Assembly, Multisim, and VHDL Labs

    One of the courses I took as part of my third-year Engineering Physics requirement was CPEN 312, “Digital Systems and Microcomputers”. In addition to learning about the basics of digital logic, such as binary counting and logic gates, I also did a number of labs involving programming in assembly, Multisim, and VHDL (VHSIC Hardware Description […]

  • 2D Game Engine in C++

    At the start of 2017 I really wanted to make my own 2D strategy game, similar to “FTL” and other indie games. I started by getting to know the SDL (Simple Directmedia Layer) library in C++ by using it in a variety of test projects, before eventually deciding that I wanted to make a simple […]

  • Content Management System

    The Small Website CMS is an educational project written in PHP with a MySQL database backend. It was written around 2014-2015. It is a dynamic system that allows the user to create a website/blog without needing to program HTML pages. It is similar to services like WordPress, with the exception of it being very light […]