Basketball Shootout

One of the coolest-looking projects I have made so far while interning at BSD Code and Design Academy has been a Basketball Shootout web app made with vanilla JavaScript.   The idea of the game is to teach kids a bit about velocity and projectile motion through them selecting a horizontal and vertical velocity to…

Perfect Memory Game – Python

The other day, I had a peer of mine send me a message asking me “What programming language should I use for [x]?” After inquiring further, it turned out that this student was analyzing the mathematics behind the classic “memory game”. For those unfamiliar with this game, essentially it follows that there are a number…

Python Certificate Creation – ESF CoCo

Another task that was going to be tedious for my team organizing the ESF Computing Conference, as I mention in this post, was that we needed to give certificates of participation to all of the students who attended the conference. Since there will likely be over 100 students, writing out all of their names would…

Sword Duel

This app is a simple game where users can “duel” each other. Each player assigns perk points to themselves, and then the program executes a battle.

Pizza Pizza Pizza!

“Pizza Pizza Pizza!” is a simple app that I created to be used as a project to teach students about dictionaries, switch statements, and other basic concepts.

This app allowed students to select toppings for a pizza, and then have an image of a pizza pop-up a few seconds later.

GIF Slideshow

During my internship with BSD Academy, I built a simple project which allowed students to have a “slideshow” of GIFs with Swift.