Many universities use systems to actively involve students during class. In addition to long-established hardware-based CRS, there are more and more web-based solutions being developed, which allow students to participate by using their own smart devices in order to vote on questions asked by their teacher.
In this paper, which was my bachelor thesis, I outline how to develop a web-based Classroom Response System which can be used by professors during lectures.
I also spoke about my learnings of developing a Meteor application at the Munich Node.js User Group meetup.
Since 2015 I've successfully helped enterprise and small companies from all over the world with their frontend work.
I'm currently building happykit.dev, a suite of tools to run Next.js applications in production.