Will Fitch

Software Development Portfolio

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I’m Will Fitch. I like to write software, play music, and run around the wilderness. I also like minimalist websites, but I don’t make them. Here are some things I do make:

Handwriting Translator (Python, TensorFlow, Android, Google Cloud)


My handwriting has always been awful. I’ve tried buying fancy pens (useless), learning to write in different styles (scruffy in all of them), learning to write with my left hand (even worse), and learning elvish calligraphy (fun but useless). I’ve finally given up and let the machines translate for me.

This is being incorporated into an Android application called Metanote, so you can make notes about your notes. Ideally this allows a user to create a searchable database of notes over time stored locally or in the cloud, thereby allowing users to easily digitise their knowledge into an easily consumable resource similar to a personal Wikipedia.


Pizza Button (Android, any food delivery APIs we can find)


Fast food delivery services are too slow and the UI is too cumbersome. With Pizza Button, you can input your details and select your favourite order from any fast food service with a semi-public API, and it can be ordered for you at the push of literally a single button, heading to a predetermined address or direct to your location. Use with caution. Physical version coming never soon!


TABL Ordering App (Android, Cloud Firestore)

A uni group assignment in which I worked with other students to develop a networked Android application. We chose to create an app that completely removes one human element from eating out, allowing you to order food to your table entirely on an app. During this project I worked on project management and full-stack development. Though the module is now completed, I intend to clean up this project in future.


FireChat (Android, Firebase)


A basic WhatsApp clone used to practise Android development, including Firestore.


Algorithms Collection (Java)


I like to collect things and I like to try implementing new algorithms. This project is the product of those interests. Potential employers keep out, this is where I break things trying to understand how they work.


There’s a more updated version here, used as revision for my advanced algorithms course at university. Mind the boilerplate.



coming soon!


If you want to get in touch with me you can email me at WRFitch@outlook.com