we build user friendly software
to help the U of T community.
There were open source projects and free software before Linux was there. Linux in many ways is one of the more visible and one of the bigger technical projects in this area, and it changed how people looked at it because Linux took both the practical and ideological approach.Linus Torvalds
Open-source is the main focus; whether it is mobile development, dev tools, or just a random idea that you have, we are interested!
A student-made Android app that provides an user-friendly interface to navigate the many buildings, restaurants, and green spaces on campus. The app currently supports all 3 of the University of Toronto campuses (UTSG, UTM, and UTSC), with plans in the future to expand to other universities. Additional features such as student-course and exam-schedule integration are on the roadmap for a future iteration.
Liscenced under the MIT Liscence, anyone who wants to expand the app with community-driven features may do so, by submitting a pull request via GitHub. The app is available on the Google Play Store
Developed by Howard Chen and Murad Akhundov
Automatically adds tooltips to course codes online! Each course code that corresponds to a valid UofT course will have a tooltip, displaying the course title, description, pre-requisite information, as well as a list of instructors currently teaching the course. Additionally, useful resources such as textbooks and session information is also provided.
Project can be found on GitHub and as an extension for Chrome and Firefox
Developed by Murad Akhundov
University of Toronto,
St. George Campus