I have created a GitHub repository for the projects I have coded either for school or just for me. This repository contains projects both in C++ and in Python. Please, before you test the code, double-check what the file extension is. If the extension is .py, it is a Python file. If it is either .h or .cpp, it is a C++ file. The .h files correspond to the same .cpp file, and all files in a folder are required for the entire program to function correctly.
I am currently completing my Computer Science Capstone this semester, and I decided to share the link to it here. My capstone is a website for a fake company called Computers++. This is not only a show of how much I learned about web development, but how my partner and I could improve the process of applying for jobs. We made the applications shorter than most and not require as much information because the applicants’ resumes told all of that as well.
To make the website, we used HTML, CSS, PHP, and SQL. We needed PHP because that is the only way we can make contact forms and bridge between the SQL database that we’re using. Our database holds all of the responses to the application as well as the documents submitted. Once submitted, this information is available for us to view and decide on an applicant.
We are officially presenting this on May 11 on the third floor of Collier-Scripps hall from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
I took these pictures over Thanksgiving break of 2017. This is a photo essay of Kansas City, the town I grew up in. I showcase the architecture of the city as well as the wonders of night time. Also, I took most of these photos after Thanksgiving, so the Christmas decorations were already on display.
I used a Nikon D5500 to take these photos. Most of them required me to use a nighttime landscape scene so that they would come out properly.
I took this photo for JMC 075: Digital Photography in fall of 2017. Our assignment was to take pictures using fast and slow shutter speeds. For the slow shutter speed, I decided to photograph this waterfall on campus. I took this photo using a Nikon D5500 with a shutter speed of 1/8 of a second.
I took this photo for JMC 075: Digital Photography in fall of 2017. Our assignment was to take pictures that incorporated depth of field. I decided to take pictures of various bulldog statues around campus. I took this photo using a Nikon D5500 with an f-stop of 3.5.
I took this photo for JMC 075: Digital Photography in fall of 2017. Our assignment was to either take pictures of food or take detail photos. I chose detail photos because making food look good was too difficult. I took this photo using close up mode on a Nikon D5500.
I created this podcast pilot as an assignment for JMC 067: Digital Audio Production in spring 2017. Our professor asked us to make a 10-minute podcast about a topic that we were passionate about, and I chose gaming. More specifically, I chose to talk about Pokémon and how to create a competitive team.
I created this promo for my radio show on 94.1 The Dog for spring 2017. On the air, I use the moniker DJ AV, and during my show, I like to talk about gaming-related topics.