- As you sow, so shall you reap. -

Hello, I'm Julian Broudy.
Unstoppable dreamer, fearless explorer, avid innovator,
and a keen believer in transparency.

About Me

I am transparent πŸ˜‡, ambitious and extremely curious.
I love the process of realizing a well-devised plan 😈. Especially, when the end-result helps someone. Better yet, if it contributes to humanity... On an EXISTENTIAL level! Oh, the drama. So fun πŸ™ƒ.

Why? πŸ€”
Well, imagining the "impossible" and seeing it through, overcoming obstacles, making extraordinary relationships, the exploration, the knowledge one gains. What's not to love?

Currently, I am in my senior year. I live in Tel Aviv and I am open to new opportunities. More specifically, a place where I can leverage my imaginative mind and can-do attitude to help our DOOMED humanity. Hopefully, in a full-stack related role. THE END πŸ€ͺ.

Projects

  • GCM System
    A full-stack UX focused JavaFX application for world maps' marketing.
    The application supports both the buyers and the company's employees.
    i.e., it offers options to create new maps or edit existing ones. Supports authorization requests and approvals. Allows clients to browse, purchase, subscribe and download default views or customized map views (e.g., specific tours, sites, etc...).

    Eclipse

    Maven

    Guice

    JavaFX

    CSS

    FXMLs

    MySQL

    GitHub VCS

    Multi-modular

    Multi-threaded

  • Skedaddle
    A minimalistic UI puzzle game, inspired by the "15-puzzle".
    With the intention of exploring JavaFX's capabilities, I found myself hooked into my computer unable to do anything else.
    The game currently supports 2 game modes: picture mode (custom or default) & regular mode.
    The game is full of animations and neat effects.
    Click the icon next to the title to see some HQ Gif samples.

    IntelliJ Idea

    Gradle

    JavaFX

    Scene Builder

    Git

    MVC

  • Broude.co.il
    I was curious about web development processes.
    Also, I like exploring. Whether it is CS-related or not.
    So I figured I got nothing to lose. Here I am after a couple of weeks, got a pretty nice website, as well as a, peek as to what goes into making one.
    Clearly, I have seen a tiny fraction of the tools and techniques available today. Nonetheless, I got a rough idea of how things are, how they should be done, and another "project" to show. Neat huh :)?

    Html

    JavaScript

    CSS

    PHP

    WinSCP

    GSAP

    Fullpage.js

    Pt.js

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