Ashish Rajesh Gour
Software Engineer - II
An individual with a keen interest in Software Development. Strong in design and integration with intuitive problem solving skills.
Bloc and provider for state management
The Most Amazing...
....Designed and implemented an IoT-based smart garbage management system that helps prevent overflowing of garbage once the garbage reaches a certain level programmed beforehand. To make this system more efficient we also implemented functionality that once it reaches a certain limit a message is sent to the garbage collector using a service named Twilio. This project was the second runner up in the Microsoft project hackathon (in second year of engineering ) held in our college and is still used.
Interest & Expertise
- Building cross platform applications
- Graphic designing
- I have been the core member of the Student council during my engineering. I was the head of the technical and designing committee and have been the core part of the cultural, tech fest and other events held in the college. I have also designed a college magazine for the year 2019-2020.
Mobile Framework & Library
An application that fetches current weather from an API and displays the details in the UI using the BLOC and the repository pattern. Tech stack - Flutter and BLOC
Face Recognition System using KNN Algorithm & OpenCV
Designed and implemented a full-fledged face detection & recognition software system using KNN Algorithm, OpenCV and Haar cascade data set in Python with various other ML libraries such as Pandas, NumPy, PIL, Tkinter which can be used by the Investigation department to register a new case and to match the people in their database. Tech stack - Python
An application for the people working in the same organization to schedule meetings and events across the week or month. It has the feature to add participants to the event and schedule the date and time for the same. It also has a chat and profile features to chat with other participants in one-to-one chat or as a group chat. Tech stack - Flutter and Firebase
We, at GeekyAnts, are always experimenting, especially with any new tech that we manage to get our hands on. Twitter offers Spaces, a live audio conversation platform, where people can schedule and hold online chat sessions, which anyone can join. The idea really struck our geeks, and they decided to give it a whirl. And the result is speekup: A live-conversation platform inspired by Twitter Spaces. In this video, Asmit Srivastava and Ashish Gour talk about speekup, the idea behind it, and how it was developed.