A selection of my most interesting projects, some of which are open source.
Intelligram is a tool that scrapes hundreds of Telegram channels relative to the Russia-Ukraine war and provides a dashboard to search and analyze their content.
It’s powered by Java and Elasticsearch. At the moment it’s not up and running, but you can check out the video demo for a tour of its features.
An open source tool to automatically create a narrated video version of a Wikipedia page.
It works by collecting images and videos from Wikipedia and Pixabay, converting text to audio with AWS Polly and putting all together using ffmpeg.
Traderino is an automatic trading system that worked on Binance perpetual futures and posted updates to its own Telegram channel.
The bot also supported interaction, using commands that allowed to see the list of open positions, historical performance and plots of executed trades.
Wikiwho extracts Wikipedia edits made from IP ranges that belong to known organizations. It provides a web application to browse and search them, powered by MongoDB and Lucene.
If you’re lucky it might be up and running, otherwise you can set it up yourself following the instructions in the GitHub repo.