Why not create a website yourself when you need one? This website was built using Jekyll and Material Design Lite. I decided to switch to Jekyll because static websites are so much easier to deal with. And given my extensive experience with Android, it only feels natural to make the site have material design too.
This small web app with a fancy name was written during one of the courses at Pace University. Sometimes you only have a simple phone with no access to the internet and no ability to download and run applications, but you still need to get some basic information about the outside world. That's when you can use a service like this. My part of the project allows to get currency conversion rates using SMS messages.
This website used to host mostly my Java ME applications and also contained help and FAQs for them. The site was was built for feature phones, so it used only the mobile subset of XHTML and CSS 2 so that the phones are able to handle it, but it also used PHP to generate its pages.
This is an experiment of setting up NetBeans IDE for Android development which resulted in a set of ant files. When they are added to the Android project, they allow to do the same actions in NetBeans IDE as in Eclipse or Android Studio: building, installing, running, debugging and so on.
Java SE work and contributions
SEclub used to host photo contests which consisted of posting the photos on the forum and reviewing them by contestants themselves. In order to simplify the calculation of results and to publish them easily on the forum, I created a Swing application which analyzed the forum posts, calculated the score of each contestant and presented them in several ways.
I usually use NetBeans IDE to write applications in Java. Unfortunately, sometimes your favorite editor contains bugs which no one is willing to fix. That's when I decided to fix the bugs myself and wrote the patches correcting them. There was a bug with incorrect settings for Java ME project, a bug with non-working editor actions, and a bug with non-working SFTP deployment, all fixed by me.
Sometimes I like to write something just for fun, and this project is an illustration of that. This game tells a story about a guy who got into trouble and now has to fight to get out of it. Think about this as Painkiller in the classic roguelike setting: randomly generated levels, ASCII graphics, and so on. This project is a work in progress and is not yet ready to see the world, but already large enough to be worth mentioning here.