Jan Špaček is a student of computer science at Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and
Legion (Prague, since November 2017).
- Integration of Corona Renderer into ArchiCAD.
- Bachelor thesis supervised by Jaroslav Křivánek, defended
- Written in C++ for Windows
- Kiwi.com (Brno, June 2017 to
- Design and development of Distributed intermediate storage for flights
and development of distributed routing of flights.
- Design and development of a distributed system for high-performance
and reliable loading of flights from the internal storage of
- Written in C++ and Python with asyncio, using Cassandra, Redis and
- Kiwi.com (Brno, May 2016 to
- Development of distributed engine for computing best combinations of
- Design and development of a custom terabyte-scale in-memory
distributed database capable of handling thousands of requests per second
with minimal latency.
- Written in C++ and Python with asyncio, using PostgreSQL and
- Bileto (Prague, May 2016 to
- Development of engine for routing in public transport networks fast
enough to handle country-sized networks in real time using
- Written in C++ using Redis and PostgreSQL.
- Adash (Ostrava, September 2014
to April 2015).
- Development of ADS, an application to visualize measured vibration
- Design of efficient digital filters using advanced features of ARM
- Written in C++ using wxWidgets.
- Dancerank.cz (since
October 2016) — a database of results of dance sport competitions from
several countries (including Czech, Slovak, Hungarian, Polish and
international events) with advanced search capabilities, detailed analysis of
competition results, ranking of couples and predictions of future
(since Feburary 2016) — a physically based renderer heavily influenced by pbrt.
(January 2015 to May 2015) — full implementation of a dynamic compiled
programming language: a compiler (in Rust), runtime support library with
garbage collection (in C++) and a standard library of basic algorithms and
data structures (directly in Spiral). Conducted as high-school final project;
the standard library was later extended as part of a course at
- More stuff on GitHub