The Association for Computing Machinery in Central Oklahoma strives to provide opportunities for individuals to work together to accomplish similar goals in the advancement of computer science. If you're interested in starting a project, please reach out to us at [email protected]. Here are some of the projects that the organization is working on.
Originally developed by seven developers for their computer science and software engineering capstone project at the University of Central Oklahoma, V2C is a voice-to-command protocol that aims to make it easy for organizations to network voice-enabled applications in a flexible fashion. More information on the project can be found at v2c-development-team.github.io.
The Provider Screening Module (PSM) was designed to work within a US state Medicare/Medicaid Information System (MMIS) environment to provide a portal for screening service providers as part of their provider enrollment process. It is released under the Apache 2.0 open source license; more information can be found on its website at projectpsm.org.
Edmond Thanksgiving Dinner
Launched by the Student Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery at the University of Central Oklahoma and in collaboration with Axonibyte Innovations, LLC, this project aims to assist the organization that organizes the Edmond Thanksgiving Community Dinner by providing a website capable of coordinating volunteer activities. The current website is at edmondthanksgivingdinner.org.