Rumble Radar Released!

by rhernandez 4. December 2012 12:28

 

Recently, motivated by the launch of Windows 8 and the recent seismic activity on the Mid-Atlantic region.  I began to work on a very simple project, a Windows 8 Store application that showcases recent significant seismic activity worldwide using the data provided by the United States Geological Survey (http://www.usgs.com).  I am proud to announce that the first version of my app “Rumble Radar” is available now for download from the Windows 8 Store.

 

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Click here to download:

http://apps.microsoft.com/webpdp/en-us/app/rumble-radar/22e0199e-c221-4554-9301-ad28af7e821c

 

Features

- Geocodes and groups significant earthquakes, as designated by USGS, for the past 7 days.

- Color encodes earthquakes using alert level, as assigned by USGS.

- Links to detail information at USGS Website.

 

Roadmap/Future Enhancements

- Expand dataset to include all earthquakes of magnitude 2.5 and greater for the past 30 days.

- Interactive map of all earthquakes.

- Generate date based statistics per region.

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Roberto Hernández

 

Currently a Developer Extraordinaire at InfernoRed Technology based out of Northern Virginia. I have been architecting and building software solutions using Microsoft technology for the past 14 years. I was awarded a Microsoft MVP award for C# in 2007,2008 and 2010. I am originally from the Dominican Republic, and the proud father of two beautiful daughters that make my life special. You can track me down on twitter (@hernandezrobert) and on this blog at http://www.overridethis.com.


 

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