I created my first site with a node.js backend framework called sails.js and a frontend in Angular.js ####About I worked with RIT (now Concordia) professor Emad Shihab along with Christoffer Rosen, a 5th-year student at the time, to create a commit analyzing service designed to find patterns of bug-introducing commits in repositories and then make predictions for new commits.
The frontend is my favorite AngularJS/Bootstrap stack, but the backend is actually a NodeJS server running Sails.js, which is an awesome framework I came across and fell in love with.
We also have a python daemon running, which I started work on, but Christoffer really brought it to fruition. It’s purpose was to do the actual ingestion and statistical analysis of the repositories with R.
Date: May 16, 2014
Client: RIT Independent Study