srakrnARSE stands for "Sirakorn's Audience Respose System, Electronically-controlled.
It intends to be used as a low cost clicker for classroom participation, in which the system is firstly designed for the school's quiz competition.
ARSE is based on Node.js and socket.io, and now deployed on Heroku.
1DG Stands for "One-day grader". It is a terminal-based grader for Computers and Programming class which I'm the teacher assistant.
Rome wasn't build in one day, but this grader was. It runs on Python, features code isolation (by using Mores's Sandbox), and have lots of useful configurable options (including timeout, memory restriction, output strictness, non allowed keywords).
There is also a batch grader for other TAs to check all the submitted code in one tap. This grader generated CSV for scoring purpose too.
DSNPRU Admission Information
My school web service (which is on the university's server) usually went down on entrance announcement day. The reasons given is that the CMS consumes too much resources, so I decided to create a simple, static webpage.
The webpage features all the necessary information, and includes the unused JSON-based entrance result finder.
Facebook RTMP URL Obtainer
When Facebook introduces its Live feature, the only way to broadcast live with a third-party softwares (like OBS studio) is to obtain the RTMP key through its API.
This RTMP URL obtainer helps makes this process easier. Just one authorisation click and the API key is now yours.
This website is deprecated, as Facebook now features the "Go Live" button in the status update field.
- Teacher assistant, Computers and Programming subject.
Where I developed 1DG grader above.
- Blognone contributor (with very low contribution rate.)
- Photographing as a hobby.